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Black woman arrested after calling 911 over dispute with neighbor settles civil lawsuit

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The city of Fort Worth, Texas, settled a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Jacqueline Craig, a Black woman who was wrestled to the ground and arrested along with her daughter after calling the police about a dispute with a neighbor. In a statement from city officials, Fort Worth has agreed to pay Craig $150,000. KXAS's David Goins reports.