Prosecutors have charged James Ramsey Kammeyer for allegedly pointing a gun at three people in the West Valley City police station which got him shot.
Kammeyer, 39, was charged Tuesday in 3rd District Court with threat of terrorism, three counts of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a restricted person. If convicted, each charge carries a potential sentence of five years in prison.
On April 29, Kammeyer walked into the police station at 3575 S. Market Street and approached the receptionist's window. He asked to speak with a detective and was directed to an officer at another window, according to the charges. He asked to speak with the detective in private, but then agreed to meet with the officer in the lobby instead.