how to clean mulberry bag Attorney for Andrew Finch family releases statement on deadly shooting
Finch’s mother, Lisa, was home when her son was killed. She says police didn’t give her son a warning before the shooting. She says he was checking the door to see where a noise was coming from.
“They did not shout a warning to him. As we were walking by to see what was going on, the door was open,” Lisa says. “(Police) said ‘come out with your hands up.'”
At a Friday afternoon briefing, WPD Deputy Chief Troy Livingston said officers gave Finch several verbal commands to put his hands up. . Livingston says Finch lowered his hands toward his “waist area” multiple times, eventually leading an officer to fire a shot for fear that the 28 year old man had reached for a weapon.
“What happened with my son is not what they said happened on TV,” Lisa Finch says. “I’m getting madder and madder and I won’t stop until I get justice.”
Police responded to the house near McCormick and Seneca because someone called to say a man had been shot and a family was being held hostage. That was not the case.