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  • Candlelight vigil honors man shot by police

    About 30 people gathered Saturday outside the home on West McCormick where Andrew Finch was shot and killed Thursday after a fake call led Wichita police to what they thought was a hostage situation. The "swatting" started after a dispute during a video game that Finch was not involved in. Finch was shot after he stepped out onto his porch. (Dec. 30, 2017)

Candlelight vigil honors man shot by police

About 30 people gathered Saturday outside the home on West McCormick where Andrew Finch was shot and killed Thursday after a fake call led Wichita police to what they thought was a hostage situation. The "swatting" started after a dispute during a video game that Finch was not involved in. Finch was shot after he stepped out onto his porch. (Dec. 30, 2017)
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