MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man accused of hitting police officers with a vehicle before being shot at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport last weekend is due in court Wednesday.

Mohamud Mohammed Maye, 36, of Maple Plain, has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault against a peace officer in connection with the incident, which happened last Saturday night.

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According to the charges, the incident happened near the rental car area of the parking ramp. Airport Police officers were responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area when another vehicle drove at and hit several officers.

The complaint states that a yellow Chevrolet accelerated towards an officer while on a bike patrol. The officer had to jump off his bike to avoid being hit by the car. The bike was hit and thrown in the air. The vehicle then drove directly at an unoccupied squad car and hit it. Officers directed the driver to stop, but the driver ignored the demands.

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The driver, later identified as Maye, instead backed his vehicle up with speed and hit two officers, knocking them to the ground causing injury. Officers then fired on the vehicle, which crashed.

Two of the three officers were hurt in the incident. All three are licensed peace officers and were on-duty at the time of the incident.

Maye was taken into custody and transported to Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.

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If convicted, Maye faces up to 40 years in prison and $60,000 in fines. Investigators said they still aren’t sure why he charged at the officers.