The family of a man killed by a Millard County sheriff's deputy earlier this year has filed a federal lawsuit in hopes of answering questions about the chase and deadly shooting.
Corey Kanosh's family says the Millard County Sheriff's Office has failed to provide their attorney with reports on the Oct. 15 shooting.
"Since then, Millard County has done nothing to answer the Kanosh family's questions about why this happened and whether it could have been avoided," attorney Joshua Baron said in a press release Thursday. "The most concerning part of this case is that we have been informed that the sheriff deputy who shot Corey Kanosh was returned to active duty before the full investigation report was even completed. The Kanosh family simply wants answers about what happened on the night Corey was killed. His family is entitled to this information, and the public has a right to know whether law enforcement is acting with sufficient caution when using deadly force."