Bail was set Thursday at $500,000 for an Omaha man accused of raising a gun toward a police officer who then shot him.
Deandre E. Crittenden, 30, must pay 10 percent of the bail amount to be released from the Douglas County Jail.
He is charged with use of a weapon to commit a felony, attempted assault of a police officer and possessing a weapon by a prohibited person.
Crittenden, who was using a wheelchair in court, had been at Creighton University Medical Center since he was shot at the end of a foot pursuit Nov. 21. He was arrested Monday.
Prosecutors said police tried to pull over Crittenden near 44th and Ruggles Streets. He had been driving around and shooting a gun into the air, they said.
Crittenden got out of the car and ran, prosecutors said.
Once officers caught up with him, they said, Crittenden had picked up a .45 caliber handgun he had dropped. He started to raise the gun toward a police officer, who fired.
Crittenden's gun, equipped with a high-capacity extended magazine, was found at the shooting scene, police have said.
Paul J. Hasiak, the officer who shot Crittenden, and another officer present, Eric A. Meads, have returned to full duty. They had been on administrative leave while an investigation was underway.