The parents of Mitrice Richardson have reached a tentative agreement to settle their lawsuits against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for $900,000, the L.A. Times says, citing "sources with knowledge of the settlement." No details or confirmations at this point. The news comes a day after the Richardson case was re-visited on NBC's "Today" show, pegged to an article in this month's Los Angeles magazine.
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