Family members of a man who was fatally shot last year by a Leavenworth police officer are suing to obtain video of the incident, the Associated Press reports.

Family members of a man who was fatally shot last year by a Leavenworth police officer are suing to obtain video of the incident, the Associated Press reports.

The open records lawsuit against the city of Leavenworth was announced Monday in Kansas City, Kansas, by family members of Antonio Garcia Jr. and attorneys.

July 11 marked the one-year anniversary of Garcia’s death.

The shooting occurred at 1708 Rose St.

Garcia, 47, Leavenworth, was shot by Matthew Harrington.

In January, Harrington was fired from the Leavenworth Police Department for reportedly violating department policy. The termination followed a professional standards investigation that was initiated as a result of the shooting.

When contacted Tuesday, Police Chief Pat Kitchens said he could not comment about the lawsuit.

“We’re not allowed to comment since it’s in litigation,” he said.

Kitchens confirmed police have video of the July 11, 2017, incident from a body camera and an in-car camera.

The County Attorney’s Office is still reviewing the incident to determine if criminal charges should be filed.

“We’re hoping to be able to make a decision shortly,” County Attorney Todd Thompson said last week.