The attorney for Max McCall pleaded not guilty for him on Monday to all six charges connected to the Aug. 11 incident. The charges include attempted assault on an officer and three weapons counts. McCall’s trial is scheduled to begin Dec. 3. He remains jailed pending bail of $250,000.
Authorities say the deputy was responding to a call about McCall on Aug. 11 when the deputy spotted McCall’s vehicle and gave chase. The chase ended when McCall’s vehicle went into a ditch.
Sheriff Dale Radcliff has said McCall fired twice at the deputy. The deputy shot back, hitting McCall twice.
The deputy wasn’t wounded.