Breaking News Emails

Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.
 / Updated 
By The Associated Press

LEBANON, Ohio — A man was indicted Tuesday on charges that he shot his father and a sheriff's deputy last month following a dispute over hummus, authorities said.

Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said charges against 19-year-old Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui include attempted aggravated murder, felonious assault and tampering with evidence.

Mohammed Abdou LaghaouiWarren County Sherrif

Fornshell said "it all went downhill" June 9 after Laghaoui ate too much of his father's hummus.

Laghaoui's brother then called 911 and Laghaoui can be heard making threats, Fornshell said.

Related: Sabra Recalls Hummus Over Possible Listeria Contamination

Deputy Katie Barnes responded to the apartment and left when Laghaoui's father and brother declined to press charges. She was called back shortly afterward when Laghaoui's brother told police Laghaoui punched his father in the face.

Barnes was then shot in the abdomen by what appeared to be an AK-47-style rifle, county Sheriff Larry Sims said. She's expected to recover.

Fornshell said Laghaoui's father was shot in the hand while trying to keep his son out of their apartment. He lost some fingers.

Residents were told to seek shelter as a helicopter flew over the area searching for Laghaoui. He was arrested several hours later.

Related: Father Accidentally Kills Teenage Son at Florida Gun Range

Authorities haven't found the rifle. Fornshell said Laghaoui also shot at a neighbor, and the bullet entered a child's bedroom in a neighboring apartment.

Laghaoui remains jailed on a $2 million bond. He could face up to 60 years in prison if convicted, Fornshell said.

This story has been corrected to show Laghaoui was indicted Tuesday, not Monday.