A source told CNN on Tuesday that the deal was a multimillion-dollar deal.
Taylor’s family is suing the city after Louisville subway police broke down the door of her apartment and fatally shot Taylor while carrying out a late-night “no fucking” order in a March 13 drug investigation.
The mayor of Louisville is expected to announce the agreement later Tuesday in a joint press conference with the Taylor family’s lawyers.
Attorney Sam Aguilar confirmed to CNN that there is a settlement of the case.
“The city’s reaction in this case has been slow and disappointing, but the fact that they are ready to sit down and discuss significant reform is a step in the right direction and, I hope, a turning point,”
; he said.
A CNN review of the shooting found that police believed Taylor was home alone when she was actually accompanied by her friend, who was legally armed. This mistake, together with the decision to take high-risk coercive action in dubious circumstances, contributed to the deadly outcome.
None of the three police officers involved in the flawed attack has been charged with a crime. An officer, Brett Hankinson, was fired in late June for “indiscriminately and blindly” firing 10 rounds into her apartment, then-temporary Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder wrote.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the first black man to hold the post and Republican rising star, was appointed special prosecutor in the case earlier this year, and the FBI has also launched an investigation. Police did not wear body cameras, police said.
A grand jury has been appointed to investigate the shooting, although no such proceedings have been announced.
Cameron is expected to announce a charging decision soon, although he refused to provide a specific timeline.
“My office has been constantly asked for a timetable for the investigation into the death of Mrs Breona Taylor. The investigation, if done properly, cannot follow a specific timetable,” Twitter wrote on Twitter last week.