LINCOLN–(KFOR Apr. 5)–Bond has been set at $1-million for the man that was wounded during a shootout he had with police Tuesday night at a northwest Lincoln convenience store.

On Thursday, 45-year-old Michael Glaser was arraigned in Lancaster County Court following Tuesday‘s incident at the Casey’s off of NW 12th and West Cornhusker. He’s been charged with 10 felonies two counts of first-degree false imprisonment, two counts of terroristic threats, four counts of use of a weapon to commit a felony, one count of unlawful discharge of firearm and one count of resisting arrest using a deadly weapon.

Glaser is due back in court May 7. He suffered what are described as very minor injuries with wounds to his forehead and upper chest.

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