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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The jury selected for the trial of former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld is expected to arrive in Pittsburgh on Monday.

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Final preparations are being made for the trial, which starts Tuesday.

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Jurors were selected from Dauphin County in the Harrisburg because of all the pre-trial publicity in Allegheny County.

Jurors — five white men, four white women, two black women, and one black man as well as three alternates — will travel to Pittsburgh by bus on Monday.

Race is expected to be a factor in the case as Rosfeld is white and he is charged in the shooting death of black teenager Antwon Rose II. The incident occurred this past summer.

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