A published report says that police used a stun gun and arrested a Milwaukee Bucks player early Friday morning.
Police tell WTMJ that at about 2 a.m. Friday, they spotted a vehicle "parked across two disability parking spaces" at a Walgreen's location near the corner of South 26th Street and West National Avenue.
According to police, officers talked with a 22-year-old man, deployed "an electronic control device" and arrested the man.
Police did not initially confirm to WTMJ the man was Brown, but the Journal Sentinel says it was the Bucks player.
Bucks senior vice president of communications Barry Baum sent this statement to WTMJ sister station TODAY'S TMJ4, saying "We are aware of the situation with Sterling Brown and are looking into it."