On Monday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that Michael Brown’s parents are close to reaching a settlement with the city of Ferguson in the wrongful death lawsuit they leveled against Ferguson for the unarmed teen’s shooting death.

The initial suit was asking for $75,000 in addition to punitive damages and a judicial order against police tactics that unfairly target minorities. This is after the Justice Department issued a study that found that Ferguson law enforcement employed policies and routines that undermined “community trust, especially among African Americans.”

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Anthony Gray, the attorney for Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden, declined to comment on the settlement, and details of a conference call between Judge E. Richard Webber and lawyers for Brown’s parents, former Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson and Darren Wilson were sealed in the district court.