The Hall County Attorney's Office will not be charging a Doniphan man for allegedly shooting at deputies.
Cash Cosgriff has pled guilty to two counts of third degree assault for an incident that drew deputies to his rural Hall County home on April 5.
He has been sentenced to two one year terms in the Nebraska Penal and Correctional Center.
According to a statement from Hall County Attorney Mark Young, a meeting was held between his office and sheriff's office supervisors.
"After careful review of the evidence we reluctantly concluded that because of lack of physical evidence in the form of a weapon, a shell casing or audio, we could not successfully prosecute a gun related charged against Mr. Cosgriff," the statement said.
"While we continue to support the members of law enforcement and their actions regarding Mr. Cosgriff on April 5, we can not proceed against Mr. Cosgriff."
Sheriff Jerry Watson said on April 5 that two deputies were sent to a farm northeast of Doniphan. Watson said the deputies saw Cosgriff outside who brandished a gun and tried to go into the farmhouse.
Watson said one deputy fired a stun gun at the man, who fired his weapon at the deputies. One deputy fired his handgun once as they took cover.
The sheriff says no one was injured.