Family, friends of man killed by Spokane Police hold vigil in Riverfront Park

SPOKANE, Wash. — The family and friends of a man shot and killed by Spokane Police a month ago gathered for a vigil Tuesday night.

Officers opened fire on Robert Bradley in the Hillyard neighborhood after a neighbor reported seeing him walking around with a gun. The two officers involved remain on administrative leave.

Bradley’s children, fiancé, and close friends all gathered in Riverfront Park to share memories and remember him.

“One minute we’re walking down this exact park and an hour later, he’s dead in our driveway,” said Sarah McLaughlin, Bradley’s fiancé. “Literally that fast. I want people to know that he should still be here, there was no reason for it. He wasn’t doing any wrong.”

The incident is still under investigation by the Spokane Independent Investigative Response Team.

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