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Baltimore spending panel set to approve $500K settlement in fatal ’13 crash

The Baltimore City Board of Estimates is scheduled to approve Wednesday a $500,000 settlement for a high-speed police chase that ended in a fatal crash, killing three people. Baltimore police officers in an unmarked vehicle began pursuing Terrell Young for ...

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Baltimore spending panel to consider $110K in police settlements

Baltimore’s spending board is scheduled Wednesday to consider two settlements totaling $110,000 for alleged police misconduct, including an incident where a juvenile was hit in the face after he failed to stop and comply with officers’ orders. Keondre Boykins was ...

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BOE to consider $28K settlement for pedestrian hit in police crash

Baltimore’s Board of Estimates is scheduled to consider a $28,000 settlement with a woman who alleged she was struck during a police-involved crash. Donna Brown claims she “sustained serious permanent injuries” following a collision near the intersection of North Avenue ...

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Will civil settlement in Freddie Gray case impact upcoming criminal trials?

The proposed $6.4 million settlement resolving all civil claims stemming from the death of Freddie Gray will have no legal bearing on the criminal cases against six police officers involved in Gray’s arrest.

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Baltimore to pay $56K in wrongful death lawsuit involving police chase

Baltimore city’s spending panel is scheduled to approve Wednesday a $56,500 settlement with the family of a woman killed in a car accident allegedly caused by a police chase. Jordasha Rollins was 22 years old when she was killed at ...

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Board of Estimates to consider $60K settlement in ex-firefighter’s ADA claim

The city's spending panel is scheduled to consider a $60,000 settlement with a former Baltimore firefighter who claimed he was discriminated against because of his disability. Donald Quarles alleged the Baltimore City Fire Department's Public Safety Infirmary declined to return him to full duty after he suffered a seizure and was prescribed medication, according to the Board of Estimates agenda.

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