Tyler Barriss

KMUW/File photo

A Wichita man faces additional federal charges in connection with a deadly shooting following a swatting incident last December.

Shane Gaskill was charged this week with two more counts of wire fraud and one count of making a false statement to the FBI. He already was facing charges of obstruction of justice, conspiracy to obstruct justice and one count of wire fraud.

Hugo Phan / KMUW/File photo

A federal judge has set a fall trial date for two online gamers whose alleged dispute over video game bet ultimately led police to fatally shoot a Wichita man while responding to a hoax call.

U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren on Monday scheduled a Sept. 4 jury trial for 18-year-old Casey Viner of North College Hill, Ohio, and 19-year-old Shane Gaskill of Wichita. They are charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice, wire fraud and other counts.

Ascha Lee / KMUW

The man accused of making the fake emergency call that lead to the fatal police shooting of a Wichita man pleaded not guilty in Sedgwick County Court on Friday.

Tyler Barriss is being charged with involuntary manslaughter.

Barriss is also facing federal charges along with Shane Gaskill and Casey Viner, though only Barriss is facing charges in Sedgwick County.

Stephan Bisaha / Kansas News Service

Tyler Barriss, already facing state and federal charges in Kansas related to a fatal swatting incident in Wichita, is facing more charges in Washington, D.C.

Barriss, 25, was indicted this week in federal court in Washington, D.C., for allegedly phoning in bomb threats to the Federal Communications Commission and the headquarters of the FBI. The call to the FCC came on Dec. 14, the indictment says, and the call to the FBI on Dec. 22.

GLENDALE, CALIF., POLICE DEPARTMENT/ AP

A California man accused of making a hoax emergency call that led to the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Wichita man was charged Friday with involuntary manslaughter.

Tyler Barriss, 25, made his first appearance in Sedgwick County District Court following extradition from California. He was also charged with giving false alarm and interference with a law enforcement officer. Bond was set at $500,000.

GLENDALE, CALIF., POLICE DEPARTMENT/ AP

A Los Angeles man suspected of making a hoax emergency call that led to the fatal police shooting of a Wichita man told a judge Wednesday he would not fight efforts to send him to Kansas to face charges.