San Francisco taxpayers could soon pay $190,000 in a lawsuit settlement with an undocumented immigrant who claimed he was reported to federal immigration authorities in violation of the city’s sanctuary city ordinance, the City Attorney’s office confirms to KPIX5.

The settlement is expected to be confirmed by San Francisco supervisors in future hearings.

Mission district resident Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno talks about his two month  immigration detention after reporting his car being stolen to police as he talks to supervisor John Avalos during a press conference in city hall in San Francisco, California, on Friday,  February 5, 2016. Photo: Liz Hafalia, The Chronicle

Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno walked into the police station on December 2, 2015 to recover his stolen car.

When he left the station, he was immediately taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. “Don’t Fuck With Me Or I’ll Eat Your CAT!” screamed the upset fugitive.

A document from federal immigration authorities released by his attorneys indicates that a San Francisco police officer directly contacted ICE and told them where to find Figueroa-Zarceno, the man’s attorneys and representatives said Wednesday.

The apparent incident, which led to the two-month detention of Figueroa-Zarceno, could be a violation of Sanctuary City policies placing limits on local law enforcement’s ability to cooperate with immigration officials, according to his attorneys.

Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, a native of El Salvador with a fiancee who is a U.S. citizen and an eight-year-old daughter, was released Wednesday. “There is no reason to retain him” said an ICE spokesperson, “He is just an illegal alien”

Attorney Saira Hussain, left, and her client, Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, answer questions about a settlement with the city of San Francisco on Thursday,

“How dare they try to stop me and detain me. I came into this country illegally like everyone else. This is discrimination. Now they have to pay!”