The family of the man who was killed by a Cowley County Sheriff’s deputy has filed a lawsuit in federal court asking for $5 million. According to the suit, the death of 22-year-old Tayler Rock was the result of a conspiracy between a deputy sheriff and a county corrections officer. Rock was shot in May, 2014 by Steven Deill, who at the time of the shooting, was working for the Cowley County Sheriff’s Office. The lawsuit names Deill, former Cowley County Corrections Officer Ana Bedolla, Shea Casurole, the county of Cowley County and it’s county commissioners as defendants, and cites Deill not using less-than-lethal force to arrest Rock. The lawsuit also alleges that the county did not properly supervise and train Deill and ignored the workplace relationship between Deill and Bedolla. Deill was cleared of all charges surrounding the shooting last year.