The University of Cincinnati has agreed to pay $4.8 million to the family, including 12 children, of a man shot to death by a campus police officer last summer, both sides announced Monday.
The settlement was reached while the murder case against the officer, Ray Tensing, remains unresolved. Tensing, who was fired after the July 19 shooting of 43-year-old Samuel DuBose, has pleaded not guilty and is awaiting a trial date.
In addition to the cash payment, the University of Cincinnati will pay for tuition and fees for all 12 of DuBose’s children, who range in age from 4 to 23. Under current costs, that part…
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