May 1, 2015 5:06 PM
DOVER - A jury has started deliberations following closing arguments in the trial of Steven Amazeen, a former Lee man charged with putting police officers and his wife in danger when he fired a gun during a Dec. 2012 standoff.
Amazeen is facing 8 counts of felony criminal threatening, and 8 counts of felony reckless conduct.
Each charge carries a sentence of 10-30 years in prison.
Police chiefs from Lee and Durham testified on Friday morning.
Several officers have testified that Amazeen was attempting a "suicide by cop" in the in incident.
Amazeen was shot twice - in the hip and shoulder - by two Durham police officers.
He has pleaded not guilty.
Deliberations are scheduled to continue on Monday morning.
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