Cadillac Man Originally Accused Of Killing Daughter Walks Away With $200,000 Settlement
A man who was originally accused of killing his daughter is walking away with more than $200,000.
Cadillac police arrested David Ferris in 2014 after his daughter, Kalla, died from a head injury.
In November that same year, the case was dismissed with prejudice when a renowned pathologist said the evidence did not support murder.
The Cadillac City Council unanimously approved paying out $190,000 to Ferris through their insurance company.
It’s for financial stress and grief caused by the case.
Last month, the Wexford County Board of Commissioners approved a $60,000 settlement.
The ongoing lawsuit will continue into next year with the Sparrow Health System and three doctors involved in the girl’s autopsy.