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Police shooting

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. — The parties in a civil rights lawsuit brought against a North Carolina sheriff’s office and three deputy sheriffs by the family of Andrew Brown reached an agreement to settle the dispute for $3 million. Brown, a Black man, was unarmed when sheriff’s deputies shot into his car and killed him.

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