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Crowds of protesters are chanting her name. The outcry over Breonna Taylor’s death keeps on growing.

Now one of the officers involved in the shooting is facing felony charges, though protesters believe they are not sufficient.

Taylor was killed in March when police officers came to her door and attempted to serve a warrant. State and federal authorities have investigated the incident for months.

State Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday that the officer has been indicted on three felony charges – wanton endangerment in the first degree. He said the officers had been issued a no-knock warrant but were advised to knock and identify themselves.

Here’s a look at the people tied to the case:

Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor

Taylor, 26, was an aspiring nurse. At the time of her death, she had been working as a certified emergency medical technician.

Her aunt, Bianca Austin, described Taylor as a “spunky, goofy little kid” who blossomed into a hard-working, goal-oriented young woman who placed an emphasis on family.

“She just was a fun person to be around,” Austin said. “She’s going to be truly, definitely be missed.”