$150,000 settlement reached for Pulaski County man arrested after cursing trooper; $20,000 settlement to unarmed man shot in backMacon.com
Apr. 14, 2013
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A Pulaski County man is receiving a $150,000 settlement from the state after he was arrested for cursing a state trooper, an attorney says.
[....]Another lawsuit filed in federal court July 13, 2012, that accused Tabor of excessive force in shooting a man who was fleeing from authorities in a 2010 incident also was settled out of court.
According to federal court documents, Mackey Wiggins of Warner Robins received a settlement of $20,000 plus statutory costs and attorney fees.