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A Kansas city police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man during a prank in call, the city, and for the wages that he claims he lost while being held in to get back to his work.
Wichita police officer Justin Rapp has accused the city of breach of contract in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Sedgwick County District Court, The Wichita Eagle reported.
In the lawsuit, said the city would not let the Key back to his usual jobs in a reasonable amount of time” after the fatal shooting of 28-year-old Andrew Finch, in December, 2017.
Rapp said he has lost $31,000 from its police, revenue, and a city-approved off-duty security job.
The police in turn Report to restricted duty, in spite of the fact that it is cleared at least twice in the individual studies, the lawsuit said. He was allowed to return to his off-duty security job, but only on a part-time basis, and for less money, the suit claims.
Key and killed It, after replying to his house after a hoax report of a murder and a hostage situation. He Barriss, 26, was a fake report, as is also well known as “swatting” — from his home in Los Angeles, california.
The false report stemmed from a $1.50 bet between two of the gamers playing “Call of Duty: the world WAR ii.” When one of them refused to pay for it, and the other asked Barris to “swatt” for his opponent, who has lived in the Wichita area.
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The intended victim had previously been evicted from It’s home. Rapp said he thought Finch was reaching for a gun when he shot him on his front porch.
Barris was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison and a gamer who “swatted” was given a 15-month prison sentence. In a court case due to It’s family against the city is pending.