Aaron Bohannon, left, with his friend Chris Key at Douglas and Rock Road on Tuesday, was arrested Monday night at Towne East Square, while walking around the mall wearing a black hoodie and a sign saying, "If I don’t stand for something then I will fall for anything #RIPTrayvon Martin."
Aaron Bohannon, left, with his friend Chris Key at Douglas and Rock Road on Tuesday, was arrested Monday night at Towne East Square, while walking around the mall wearing a black hoodie and a sign saying, "If I don’t stand for something then I will fall for anything #RIPTrayvon Martin." The Wichita Eagle
Aaron Bohannon, left, with his friend Chris Key at Douglas and Rock Road on Tuesday, was arrested Monday night at Towne East Square, while walking around the mall wearing a black hoodie and a sign saying, "If I don’t stand for something then I will fall for anything #RIPTrayvon Martin." The Wichita Eagle

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