PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A settlement has been reached between Target and a local man who was hailed as a hero after a stabbing rampage at the East Liberty store.

A series of lawsuits were settled this morning in this complicated case.

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Three years ago, Leon Walls attacked a 16-year-old girl from Tennessee inside the East Liberty Target.

Allison Meadows’ family sued Target for having a lack of security during the attack, which was captured on surveillance video.

Michael Turner and his friends got Walls away from the girl and held him down until police arrived.

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However, Target countersued the hero Turner, claiming he was responsible for chasing Walls into store.

The trial started on Wednesday, but ended abruptly this morning when a confidential settlement was reached.

“The parties have reached a mutually agreeable, confidential settlement in this matter. We extend our sympathies to Ms. Meadows and wish her well,” Target said in a statement.

Terms of the settlement were not released.

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