FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- According to a press release from the City of Fresno, the city has agreed to pay $2.8-million to the parents of Dylan Noble.
The release breaks down the agreement saying that Darren Noble, Dylan's father, will receive $1.29-million, Veronica Nelson, Dylan's mother, will receive $1.49-million , and Dylan Noble's estate will receive $20,000.
Noble was 19 when he was shot and killed by Fresno Police in 2016, outside a gas station. Officers said they were looking for an armed suspect, however, Noble wasn't armed-- but an autopsy showed he was intoxicated.
All of it was captured on body cams, and Police Chief Jerry Dyer ruled the incident justified.
City of Fresno agrees to settle lawsuit with Dylan Noble's parents for $2.8-Million