A Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputy shows one of the department’s Tasers.
A Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputy shows one of the department’s Tasers. File photo
A Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputy shows one of the department’s Tasers. File photo

Shooting prompts review of Taser training and equipment

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