Dec 4, 2012 8:55 PM by The Associated Press
SAN DIEGO (AP) - The San Diego City Council has settled two more lawsuits brought by women who said they were victims of sexual battery by a police officer in the city's Gaslamp Quarter.
City News Service says the council on Tuesday settled with one woman for $170,000 and with the other for $75,000.
Both women had testified that the officer, Anthony Arevalos, demanded sexual favors during traffic stops in 2010.
Arevalos is now serving a nearly nine-year prison term after being convicted of eight felony and four misdemeanor charges involving five women.
Last month, the city settled with another woman for $675,000.
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