Accused killer's grandmother to get $40k settlement
BATON ROUGE- A settlement for an accused killer's grandmother is up for discussion at Wednesday afternoon's Metro Council meeting.
Linda Thomas sued the city after she said she was injured when police searched her home for her grandson, Aramis Jackson, more than three year ago.
Jackson faces charges for a deadly home invasion in Beauregard Town where a mother was killed and her child was shot in an early morning robbery in 2010. He is awaiting trial.
Thomas could get $40,000.
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