READING (AP) — The state of Pennsylvania will pay $475,000 to the estate of a man who died underneath a bulldozer that Pennsylvania State Police had used to chase him over a handful of marijuana plants. That’s according to a settlement revealed in court Thursday. Gregory Longenecker, a 51-year-old short-order cook, had fled into thick brush after being caught growing 10 marijuana plants on public land near Reading. His body was recovered from under a Pennsylvania Game Commission bulldozer that state police had commandeered in pursuit. A federal judge is reviewing the settlement and is expected to sign off.