MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) — A federal jury has ruled a Moorhead police officer did not use excessive force when he used a stun gun on a 75-year-old man.

Local news outlets report the ruling follows a lawsuit filed by James Van Raden, who claimed Officer Steve Larsen unreasonably used a stun gun on him during a welfare check at his home.

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The Moorhead Police Department said in a news release that the ruling in the trial came Wednesday afternoon after 90 minutes of deliberation.

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Claims against two other Moorhead officers and allegations of false arrested were dismissed earlier this year.

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