City of Fresno to pay parents of Dylan Noble $2.8 million

City of Fresno to pay parents of Dylan Noble $2.8 million

The City of Fresno has agreed to pay the parents of Dylan Noble $2.8 million for the wrongful death of their son.

The family filed a civil rights action against the city and Fresno police officers Raymond Camacho and Robert Chaves, for the shooting death of Dylan on June 25, 2016.

Noble was shot by police four times when officers responded to a call about a man with a gun.

He was unarmed, but Chief Dyer said at the time, he gave officers every reason to believe he was armed and failed to comply with orders

The lawsuit also resulted in additional training on high-risk traffic stops, to include hot to safely approach a wounded suspect and alternatives to be considered when addressing a diminished threat.


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