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      City of LaGrange and resident reach settlement in dog shooting

      The city of LaGrange reached a settlement with a man who filed a federal complaint after a police officer shot his dog.

      The city agreed to pay Marcus Mays $50,000 to settle the January 2012 federal lawsuit.

      Mays filed the against police officer Doug Howell, police chief Dale McNelly and the city.

      Howell was caught on camera in a March 2010 shooting Mays' American bulldog Cammie.

      The video went viral after it was posted on YouTube in June 2010.

      Click here to view the YouTube video. USE CAUTION WHEN VIEWING AS THE VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT.

      Howell said he wasn't properly trained to use a snare with the dog. He said he was in fear for his safety.