ST. PAUL PARK, Minn. (WCCO) — The Washington County Attorney’s office has filed six felony charges against a St. Paul Park man involved in a standoff with police Tuesday.

Nicholas Adam Kluessendorf, 22, faces three counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts of assault in the first degree. The charges stem from Kluessendorf allegedly shooting at two separate sheriff’s deputies and a Cottage Grove police officer Tuesday.

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Law enforcement officers responded to Kluessendorf’s home after receiving a report that he was suicidal. When they arrived, Kluessendorf told them to get out as he pumped a shotgun and placed a round into the chamber. 

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According to the criminal complaint, Kluessendorf shot up to 40 rounds of a .22-caliber rifle and shotgun at officers during the five-hour standoff and threatened to kill them.

Kluessendorf was eventually shot in the hip by one of the officers and is currently being treated at Regions Hospital.

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