State Pays $3M To Settle Lawsuit In Fatal Shooting Case

Santa Fe, NM - State government agreed to a $3 million settlement payment to the family of a woman shot and killed by a State Police officer in Santa Fe more than three years ago to avoid a wrongful death suit.

State Police Officer Oliver Wilson shot and killed 39-year-old Jeanette Anaya around 1 a.m. Nov. 7, 2013, after Wilson tried to pull her over for what the officer contended was a questionable turn onto St. Francis Drive, although his dash-cam camera didn't show any obviously erratic driving when it was made public.

Read more: https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=438_1495...

Similar news

Controlled explosion in Moss Side carried out overnight 0 0 0
Manchester attack: Armed police carry out controlled explosion at Moss Side home after suicide bomb attack 0 0 0
Federal investigators to discuss fatal St. Louis explosion 0 0 0
Wisconsin seeks to be first to drug test Medicaid applicants 0 0 0
Fisherman saves adorable baby bear cub from drowning 0 0 0
Car On Fire 95 South, NJ 0 0 0
BREAKING: ‘Controlled explosion’ in Manchester as terror cops search Moss Side address 0 0 0
'Together forever' Heartbreaking tribute to teenage couple killed in Manchester bombing 0 0 0
England captain Eoin Morgan plays down Ben Stokes injury scare after South Africa victory 0 0 0
‘It won’t be long until one is killed’ Hopkins warns trucker death in Calais is INEVITABLE 0 0 0