JaRon V. Sanders, 26, was shot and killed in the 600 block of North Erie, north of this corner, on Feb. 21.
JaRon V. Sanders, 26, was shot and killed in the 600 block of North Erie, north of this corner, on Feb. 21. Julie Mah The Wichita Eagle
JaRon V. Sanders, 26, was shot and killed in the 600 block of North Erie, north of this corner, on Feb. 21. Julie Mah The Wichita Eagle

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    Lisa Finch spoke outside of City Hall on Tuesday after it was announced that her family was filing a civil lawsuit against the city of Wichita regarding the death of their son, Andrew Finch. Finch was shot and killed by a Wichita police officer while standing on his porch after police converged upon the Finch family home due to a false 911 call. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)