Jury deliberations resume today (Wednesday) to decide the fate of former Milwaukee police officer Dominique Heaggan Brown. Jurors spent five hours late Tuesday reviewing almost one week of testimony, and they have the option of convicting him on one of two lesser charges. The 25-year-old Heaggan Brown is currently charged with first degree reckless homicide in the shooting death of Sylville Smith last August that spurred two nights of violence in Milwaukee’s Sherman Park. In his closing argument, defense lawyer Jonathan Smith said the officer was working overtime in a high crime area when he shot the victim in self defense — and the attorney said Heaggan Brown followed police training procedures. But District Attorney John Chisholm told jurors that Smith was “signaling complete surrender” when he was killed.