The York, Nebraska man who shot at a deputy earlier this month and was wounded at the end of a high-speed chase has been charged with six felony counts.
Twenty-six-year-old Max McCall has been released from a Lincoln hospital after being treated for his injuries. The charges include attempted first-degree assault on an officer and making terroristic threats.
The deputy was responding to a call about an alleged domestic dispute on the morning of August 11th when the deputy spotted McCall's vehicle, but he took off. The chase reached speeds of more than 100 mph before McCall crashed into a ditch.
McCall was armed with a rifle when he got out of his vehicle and fired twice at the deputy. The deputy shot back, hitting McCall twice.
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