SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - The family of a man killed by police wants justice.
Last week Corey Kanosh was shot by a Millard County sheriff's deputy after a high speed chase.
A preliminary report by the Utah County sheriff's office which is conducting the investigation supports the deputy's story. The deputy claims Kanosh was killed while the two struggled.
"The chase continued on our residential streets," recalls Kanosh's aunt Gari Lafferty. "It was so unreal. It was what we'd call a living nightmare."Kanosh' family which held a press conference says there's too many odd things about the deputy's story.
"The sheriff says they did taser him but there was no taser mark on his body," says Jerald Kanosh, Corey's brother."There was nothing," says Kanosh. "The car was not marked off. The body was not marked off. We don't know why they didn't do that."
Investigators claim Kanosh and the deputy fought outside the getaway car. Yet the family claims a witness saw Kanosh inside the car.
"Corey had been shot for being a passenger in the car, two shots," says his aunt.
And when family members went to the crime scene, they claim there was no crime scene. They say normal markings left by police during an investigation couldn't be found anywhere.
They believe the body was moved by the deputy.
The family says they're still waiting for a visit from the Millard County sheriff for details about what happened. But their patience is running thin.
They plan to talk to an attorney and possible sue the county.