Sheriff’s office pays $65K to motorcyclist held at gunpoint
SEATTLE — The King County Sheriff's Office has agreed to pay $65,000 to settle a motorcyclist's lawsuit that claimed a plainclothes officer used excessive force when he pulled a gun on the man at a traffic light. The Seattle Times reports the sheriff's office has also agreed to change training and policies by the end of this week to acknowledge that displaying a gun is considered use of force that should be reported.