On anniversary of his death, Adam Toledo’s family and community members honor teen with a vigil and call for officer who shot him to be held accountable
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CHICAGO — On the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of teenager Adam Toledo by a Chicago police officer during a foot chase, his family went to the church where his funeral Mass was held and then visited his grave. At the Mass at St. Mary Star of the Sea, Adam’s name and memory were mentioned, said Lucy Garcia, his aunt. “We went to the Mass and then we gathered as a family, ate together, went to the cemetery with all our little ones,” Garcia said. “We took balloons, flowers.” Toledo was killed in an alley in the Little Village neighborhood a year ago at age 13. Since then, his family has...