Federal Judge Dismisses 2 Discrimination Claims Filed By Former Greensboro Police Officers

4:06 PM, Dec 19, 2013   |    comments
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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A federal judge dismissed two discrimination claims filed by two former Greensboro police officers against the city.

Judge Thomas Schoreder said Charles Cherry and Joseph Pryor did not have enough evidence to move forward in a lawsuit.

Their claims were connected to lawsuits filed against the city years ago by current and former police officers. David Wray was the police chief at the time.

In September, the city reached a settlement in three of those eight lawsuits for $500,000. About a month before the city decided to settle, a spokesperson said the city spent about $2.1 million on the lawsuits. 

Cherry and Pryor opted not to settle. Officials fired both of the former officers in 2010

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