UPDATE: Seaford Police Lawsuit Settled For $270K - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

UPDATE: Seaford Police Lawsuit Settled For $270K

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SEAFORD, Del. -  A Dagsboro man who sued the Seaford Police Department for using excessive force in a 2011 traffic stop, just settled a lawsuit for $270,000.

The video shows how 45-year-old Reginald Johnson was pulled out of the a vehicle by two Seaford cops, who say they believed that Johnson was someone else, shot him with a Taser and roughly handcuffed him. His attorney, Stephen Norman, tells 47 ABC that this victory should show the public that Police brutality is not okay.

Johnson is currently about to graduate college and begin a non- profit organization to help troubled youths.

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