CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – The case for Jane Doe versus the Horry County Police Department has ended in a settlement before going to trial.
According to James B. Moore III, attorney for Jane Doe, he and lawyers for Horry County came to an agreement before the case went to a jury trial Tuesday afternoon.
The trial was scheduled to begin Monday, but was delayed because no judge was available to hear the case. Jane Doe settled both her state and federal cases against the police department, according to her lawyer.
It is not known at this time what the settlement is worth, but News13 has requested the settlement documents from Horry County government.
Jane Doe is the first of five women who claim former detective Allen large abused her. Large worked for HCPD until he was fired last year after a sexual harassment complaint.