ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina city has reached a $650,000 settlement with a black pedestrian whose beating by a white police officer was captured on body camera video.

A settlement filed Friday in Buncombe County shows the city of Asheville will pay Johnnie Jermaine Rush for claims made against the city of Asheville and the police department.

Of the total, $307,500 will go to Rush's attorneys. Rush will receive the rest in periodic payments.

The video from last August showed former officer Christopher Hickman punching, choking and shocking Rush, whom officers had accused of jaywalking.

Hickman was arrested in March on a state felony charge of assault by strangulation, plus misdemeanor counts of assault and communicating threats. In June, the U.S. Department of Justice said Hickman would not face federal charges.