$150,000 settlement for teacher pepper-sprayed by Fort Collins police
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- A high school teacher said a Fort Collins police officer roughed him up and entered his home without a warrant. And now the city will pay $150,000 to settle the case. An audio recording of the incident is what Joseph Heneghan said helped make his case. According to Heneghan, he was in his home in Fort Collins in June when an officer knocked on the door regarding a noise complaint.