The Post and Courier reported Friday the case against the Charleston County Sheriff's Office was settled for $750,000.
Bryant Heyward was rendered a quadriplegic from the 2015 shooting.
Heyward was at home when armed burglars came to his home. He grabbed a gun and after a shootout called 911 as he hid in the laundry room.
An arriving deputy shot Heyward.
The deputy wrote in his report that he saw a door open and a "black male appeared and pointed a handgun."
The newspaper reported that as Heyward was shot, he yelled, "Wrong guy, sir. This is my house."
Information from: The Post and Courier, http://www.postandcourier.com
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