A settlement was reached Thursday afternoon in the lawsuit against the Paso Robles Police Department regarding quotas for handing out traffic tickets. The two sides agreed to settle shortly after opening statements were introduced in San Luis Obispo County Superior Court.
Long-time Paso Robles officer John Tatro filed the suit saying he faced monthly reviews based on his performance compared to citation statistics.
KCBX reached out to the Paso Robles City Attorney and the firm representing Tatro, but neither have released any details regarding the plea.
In December, the City of Los Angeles agreed to pay $6 million to several officers claiming similar quota requirements.