A 31-year-old man has been bound over to Adams County District Court on felony charges stemming from a standoff with police last month.
Damon Ferebee is charged with making terroristic threats, using a firearm to commit a felony and possession of a short shotgun.
Police said Ferebbee barricaded himself inside an apartment Jan. 2. Shortly after police arrived, they heard gunshots.
When Ferebee walked out of the building carrying a shotgun and got into a vehicle, police ordered him to stop. Police shot out tires on his vehicle to stop, and then shot him in the shoulder after he did not respond to the commands, police said.
Ferebee's first appearance in district court is set for Feb. 18.
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