By Nathaniel Percy | [email protected] | Daily Breeze PUBLISHED: November 9, 2018 at 4:01 pm | UPDATED: November 9, 2018 at 4:02 pm The Long Beach City Council Tuesday, Nov. 13, may approve a $925,000 settlement in a case in which jurors found Long Beach police officers used excessive force while arresting a Long Beach man. A federal jury in May 2017 awarded $620,000 to then-62-year-old Ray Webb and ruled officers used excessive force when they beat, choked and shocked him during an October 2011 traffic stop for a broken tail light. As part of the ruling, the court also ruled the city must pay Webb’s attorney fees. Webb’s attorney contended the actions were based on racial profiling during the trial, while an attorney representing the officers said the force was justified because Webb was resisting arrest. Webb was hospitalized for two days after the incident. The officers filed notices of appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, but agreed to the $925,000 settlement after extensive negotiations.