Standoff Court Case

It will be at least another month before a 40 year old Sturgeon Bay man, charged with five felony & two misdemeanor counts in connection with a seven hour standoff with police in which shots were fired, has his day in court. Judge Peter Diltz scheduled a status hearing for Christopher McNulty at 10AM on Monday, March 5th. In October, pleas of not guilty & not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect were entered on McNulty’s behalf. The city man’s attorney, Rick Meier, told judge Diltz that his attempts to secure an examiner for the case had fallen through. He asked the judge for an additional 30 days to find another examiner. McNulty faces charges of first degree attempted intentional homicide, second degree recklessly endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon, failing to comply with an officer, criminal damage through use of a dangerous weapon & operating a firearm while intoxicated. He remains incarcerated in the Door County jail.

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