HARRISBURG, PA. (Reuters) - The parents of Antwon Rose II, a black teenager shot dead by a police officer in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 2018, will receive a settlement worth about $2 million of their civil damage claim, according to a court document.
Roses estate filed a civil damage lawsuit in U.S. District Court on August 1, 2018.
The case was settled with Rosfeld on October 17, and with East Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
Roses parents retained an accounting firm to determine if East Pittsburgh held assets beyond its insurance policies that could be added to the damage pay-out.
In the end, $2 million was determined to be the maximum amount available, court papers said.