FONTANA, Calif. (AP) — The Southern California city of Fontana has agreed to pay $1 million to the parents of an unarmed man who police shot to death in February.
Kenisha Kinard and Amond Hawkins filed a claim against the city following the death of their son Daverion Deauntre Kinard.
The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported Tuesday that the settlement prohibits the city and the parents from commenting on the agreement beyond its terms.
Kinard was shot by an officer investigating a burglary report. Kinard was hiding inside a portable restroom when the shooting happened. He died at the scene.
The city has declined to make the video from officers’ uniform-worn cameras public.