DALLAS (AP) -- Two women subjected to body cavity searches along a highway have settled their civil rights lawsuit against the Texas Department of Public Safety.
The Dallas Morning News reports the $185,000 settlement was finalized Tuesday. A DPS statement Wednesday says an agreement was reached by all parties and the litigation has been settled.
Last July s search of 38-year-old Angel Dobbs and her 24-year-old niece, Ashley Dobbs, by a female trooper was captured by patrol car video. Trooper Kelly Helleson allegedly used the same glove for both body searches. No drugs were found.
Helleson, who was later fired, faces two counts of sexual assault and two counts of official oppression.
Trooper David Farrell, who made the Irving traffic stop, was charged with theft by a public servant. He remains suspended.
Information from: The Dallas Morning News