The City Council Committee on Finance approved $3.3 million in settlements on Monday, including a $2.25 million payment to an autistic man who was shot by an off-duty Chicago Police sergeant in 2017. The man, Ricardo Hayes, was a teenager when Sgt. Khalil Muhammed shot him twice while Hayes was running and skipping down a street in the Morgan Park neighborhood.

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