Civil case against former Crestview officer settled (DOCUMENT)

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 14:05 PM.

In a separate report, grand jurors determined that Mitchell had looked the other way while Floyd engaged in criminal behavior.
Frederick Gant, the attorney for Brown and Dobson, did not return phone calls seeking comment Wednesday.

W. Bennett Carter and William Peter Martin, the attorneys for the insurance company representing the city, also were unavailable for comment.
Vinson’s order requires each side in the dispute to “bear their own fees and costs” and states the agreement can be voided if not consummated within 60 days.

Contact Daily News Staff Writer Tom McLaughlin at 850-315-4435 or tmclaughlin@nwfdailynews.com. Follow him on Twitter @TomMnwfdn.



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