MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An out-of-court settlement has been reached in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a man who said he suffered a serious brain injury during an arrest by an Otter Tail County sheriff’s deputy.
The attorney for Kameron Boudin tells KFGO radio that the settlement is for nearly $1.6 million. The lawsuit sought $2 million.
The incident happened in December 2018.
Authorities had been looking for Boudin in connection with a bar fight and found him at his home in Parkers Prairie. A deputy’s body camera showed Deputy Jeremias Krupich punching Boudin several times in the face while sitting on top of him.
None of the officers at the scene intervened.
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