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Charles Edward Rosemond died from injuries he sustained after exchanging fire with South Carolina police in 2015. (Photo: Big54/Adobe Stock)

The family of a South Carolina man killed by police has received a $75,000 wrongful death settlement out of the state’s Insurance Reserve Fund, according to a report released by the agency.

The victim, Charles Edward Rosemond Sr., 55, fired shots at Greenville County deputies who broke down the door of his apartment in December 2015 after a neighbor called 911. According to the investigator’s report, the deputies broke down Rosemond’s door because no one answered when they knocked, and they feared an unconscious victim might be inside after the neighbor reported an assault.

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