COLUMBIA — The city of Moberly settled a wrongful death lawsuit Monday with the family of a man who died in August 2008 after being shocked with a Taser by Moberly police. The city agreed to pay $2.4 million to the family and enforce a moratorium on Taser use, according to a news release from Andy Morris, Moberly city manager.
Moberly settles Taser lawsuit
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