XENIA, Ohio (WDTN) - The Sugarcreek Township man accused of engaging in a shootout with Xenia Police had an initial court appearance Friday.
Micah Tuck, 21 appeared by video in Xenia Municipal Court where he faces six charges: three counts of attempted murder, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of aggravated robbery.
Judge Michael Murry set bond at $1 million.
Tuck is accused of attempting to rob a Xenia video game store, then abducting two employees.
Tuck released the two employees before he encountered Xenia police officers Mark Margioras, Jeff Moore, and Brian Atkins.
Tuck was shot in the back in the exchange of gunfire with police.
Officer Atkins suffered a minor injury, possibly grazed by a bullet or by flying glass.
The two store employees were not hurt.
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