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AKRON, Ohio- A decorated Navy SEAL is on trial in Akron Municipal Court, accused of lying about being shot in the parking lot of a busy shopping plaza.
Christopher Heben, 45, of Medina pleaded not guilty to one charge of Falsification and a second charge of Obstructing Justice.
He told Bath Township police he’d been shot in the abdomen after an altercation in the parking lot of the Mustard Seed Market on Route 18 in Montrose on March 28, 2014 around 5:30 in the evening.
On Tuesday, the prosecution called two patrolmen to testify. Both told a jury they were parked in the same shopping plaza at the same time Heben claimed to have been attacked.
“Did you hear anything suggesting that an altercation had occurred while you were sitting there with Officer Riley?” asked Prosecutor Craig Morgan.
“No,” replied the officer.
“Did you hear any arguing?”
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