More than 200 people gathered at a rally remembering a man fatally shot by police two years ago inside an Ohio Wal-Mart.
The event Saturday afternoon in Dayton honored John Crawford III, a black man from Fairfield.
A 911 caller had reported a man waving a gun at the Beavercreek store on Aug. 5, 2014. It was actually an air rifle from a shelf. Police say he refused to drop it.
The officer wasn't charged, in one of a series of cases around the nation raising concern about police encounters with black men.