What the numbers say about deputy shooting case

Mohammed Laghaoui, 20, is facing 10 charges stemming from a shooting incident in June in Warren County.
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Mohammed Laghaoui, 20, is facing 10 charges stemming from a shooting incident in June in Warren County.

Mohammed Laghaoui is on trial on charges stemming from a June 9 shooting incident that injured his father and a Warren County deputy. The jury is deliberating this morning.

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Here’s a by-the-numbers look at the case.

1 defendant:

Mohammed Laghaoui, 20, born in Morocco, grew up in Butler County

2 judges:

Michael Gilb before defeated in election

Timothy Tepe elected, presided over trial

2 shooting victims:

Warren County sheriff’s deputy Katie Barnes, sustained a stomach wound.

Abdessadek Laghaoui, defendant’s father’s right index finger was severed.

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3 psychologists:

Called to testify about Laghaoui’s sanity

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4 shots:

Fired by Deputy Barnes during exchange of gun fire with Laghaoui

5 potential jurors:

Dismissed, as well as one alternate, in jury selection

6 hours:

Time Landen area on lockdown, spent searching for Laghaoui

7 days:

Duration of testimony phase of trial in Warren County Common Pleas Court

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8 years:

Age of boy in whose bedroom bullet fragments were later found

9:

June date when manhunt, lockdown began in Deerfield Twp.

10 charges:

Ranging from attempted aggravated murder to domestic violence

DAY 7 RECAP: Psychologists testify about alleged deputy shooter’s sanity

DAY 5 RECAP: Defense psychologist supports insanity of deputy shooter

DAY 4 RECAP: Line of deputies arrested Laghaoui, ending manhunt

DAY 3 RECAP: Brother thought he would be killed

DAY 2 RECAP: Deputy worried she would die after being shot

DAY 1 RECAP: Defense asks jury for views of Muslims