New York Post

A California jury has awarded $85 million to the family of a man who suffered a mental health crisis and died when he was restrained by San Diego County sheriff’s deputies in 2015.

The federal jury’s Tuesday verdict came in a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against San Diego county for the death of Lucky Phounsy after a confrontation with deputies — including one law-enforcement official who subsequently served jail time for assaulting women while on duty.

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