LAS VEGAS -- It's been one month since Las Vegas resident Erik Scott was shot and killed by police at a Summerlin Costco.
Metro says he refused to put his gun down, which forced them to shoot. Scott's family and friends are gathering Tuesday night for a candlelight vigil to remember him, as they keep looking for answers from Metro.
Those who knew him say they are holding this vigil to mark the one month anniversary and keep the pressure on Metro. From billboards asking for witnesses to come forward, to the candlelight gathering, those closest to Scott say they will keep doing all they can to get what they say is the truth.
Anthony Bonifazio knew Scott for 11 years.
"There's been a lot of publicity around it and we just want to make sure we get the truth out of this. From the initial reports police reports, to the incident on July 10 to now, we probably have more questions than we have answers," he said.