CULPEPER, Va. (WUSA) --The jury has deliberated in the trial of Culpeper Police Officer, Daniel Harmon-Wright after closing arguments on Monday.

Harmon-Wright is accused of shooting Cook on Feb. 9, 2012 after responding to the report of a suspicious car in a church parking lot. Cook was unarmed at the time of her death, and according to evidence she was shot seven times.

Prosecutor Jim Fisher says that the first two shots at close range were non-fatal. He says the next five shots that Harmon-Wright fired at Cook's Jeep Wrangler as she tried to drive away were fatal.

Former Culpeper police officer Daniel Harmon-Wright broke down and cried on the witness stand recalling the day he shot and killed Patricia Cook.

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