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Deadlock: Brian M. Cooper jury deliberates nine hours without reaching a verdict

Brian M. Cooper jury deliberates nine hours, no verdict

7:19 AM, Jun. 22, 2013

A jury selected in Wood County deliberated for nine hours Friday in Door County Circuit Court before giving up for the day, failing to reach a verdict whether Brian M. Cooper committed first-degree intentional homicide in the Aug. 19 deaths of Alisha Bromfield and her unborn daughter.

Door County Circuit Court Judge D. Todd Ehlers called court back into session around 8:45 p.m. after he received a note from the bailiff that the jury would like to end deliberations for the night.

"The jurors have indicated at this point they are no longer able to continue deliberations this evening," Ehlers ...

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