LAKEWOOD - The man accused of shooting two Lakewood police officers appeared in court on Monday and was charged with 20 counts.
Gordon Moench, 54, faces multiple charges including three counts of attempted murder and three counts of assault.
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Court documents released on July 8 say Moench opened fire on the officers because he wanted police to kill him. Moench reportedly told 911 dispatchers that he was armed with three guns and was ready to hurt people.
Police say Moench fired from the back of his truck when officers arrived at his home on July 5. One of the officers was shot through the windshield of his squad car, and a second was shot as she approached the home on foot.
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Officer Jonathan Key was released from a hospital. Officer Kimberly Collins remains there in stable condition.
A third officer returned fire and wounded Moench.
Moench's bond was set at $2 million cash.
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