MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee officials have approved a $2.3 million settlement with the family of a mentally ill black man who was fatally shot in a 2014 confrontation with a white police officer.

The deal for the family of Dontre Hamilton still news a signature from Mayor Tom Barrett. The Milwaukee Common Council gave its unanimous approval Wednesday.

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Officer Christopher Manney was responding to a complaint of a man sleeping in a downtown Milwaukee park when he encountered Hamilton. Manney says Hamilton attacked him as he frisked him for weapons. The officer says he shot Hamilton in self-defense. Hamilton was shot 14 times.

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Manney was fired for violating department rules when he encountered Hamilton, not for the fatal shooting.

Hamilton’s family later sued the city over Dontre’s death.

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