Prosecutor: Argument over hummus led to shooting of man, deputy Man faces up to 68 years in prison if convicted on all charges A man accused of shooting two people, including a sheriff's deputy, could spend several decades in prison if he is convicted, Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said. WARREN COUNTY SHOOTER SAYS 'CHARGES NOT ACCURATE' AFTER... The active shooter who ran from police for seven hours last week was in court this morning. Meanwhile, Warren County Sheriff Deputies still cant find the gun. MORE DEERFIELD TWP. DEPUTY, CIVILIAN SHOT AFTER DOMESTIC INCIDENT Two people were shot Thursday night in Deerfield Township, including a Warren County sheriff's deputy. MORE Officials said it started with a fight over hummus. Mohammed Laghaoui, 19, is accused of shooting his father and Deputy Katie Barnes on June 9, leading police on a 7-hour manhunt in Landen. Watch news conference // Watch the latest story Laghaoui was indicted on 10 charges, including aggravated attempted murder. WLWT has learned that during the shootout, a bullet went through a child's bedroom. "We actually made the comment, 'Man, That sounded like it was literally in the apartment,'" said Jason Ratliff, who lives in an apartment a few doors down from the Laghaouis. Ratfliff heard the gunfire, witnessed some of the of commotion and was ordered to stay indoors during the search for Laghaoui. Ratliff was in his 8-year-old son Caleb's bedroom two days later when he saw a bullet hole. "He had friends over 30 minutes before it happened. That's the scariest part," Ratliff said. He said his son and friends were playing in the bedroom. "The bullet went through the wall and then came through this tub, went through the back, came out the front, ricocheted off the front of the dresser and ended hitting this metal chair right here," Ratliff said. Three of the 10 charges on the indictment filed Tuesday are related to what happened at Ratliff's home. "It certainly created a deadly risk to the child that was in the bedroom," Fornshell said. Others charges, including attempted aggravated murder and attempted murder, are for the shots that Laghaoui is accused of firing at Barnes. She was hit in the stomach and is recovering. Laghaoui also faces charges of shooting his father in the hand. During the manhunt, Fornshell said, Laghaoui got rid of an AK-47 style gun. Despite days of searching, the weapon has not been recovered. Fornshell doesn't see that as a problem with prosecuting the case. "I think the evidence will demonstrate that these shell casings all came from the same firearm, regardless of whether we have that firearm at trial to present to the jury," Fornshell said. "I think the bigger issue is the public safety concern that it continues to present by being out there and possibly being loaded." Fornshell said Laghaoui legally purchased the gun on April 13. Anyone who finds the firearm is asked to call the Warren County Sheriff's Office. If convicted, Laghaoui faces a maximum of 68 years in prison.