CHICAGO (WLS) -- The city of Chicago reached a settlement with the family of a man who died in police custody.
Philip Coleman was arrested in late 2012 after attacking his mother.
Surveillance video, which was released in December, showed officers using a stun gun on Coleman inside a jail cell.
The video then shows officers dragging his limp body out of the jail cell.
An autopsy showed Coleman later died from a reaction to a sedative given to him at a hospital.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked for a new investigation into how officers treated Coleman.
The settlement must still be approved by the city council.
City settles with family of man who died in police custody