The Waupaca man charged with shooting his girlfriend earlier this week is being held on a 200-thousand dollar cash bond. 27 year old Jonathan Cardoso made his initial appearance in Waupaca County Court Wednesday afternoon, facing charges of attempted first degree intentional homicide, felon in possession of a firearm, fleeing an officer, and marijuana possession. Cardoso is alleged to have shot his 22 year old girlfriend in the face on the city’s northeast side Monday night. The complaint says he then fled the scene, leading to a nearly 30 mile pursuit that ended south of Clintonville. Following a brief stand-off with authorities, Cardoso surrendered, with deputies then allegedly recovering the handgun used in the shooting. The victim in the shooting was taken to a Neenah hospital in critical condition. Cardoso has a lengthy criminal record, including stints in prison following probation revocations. Circuit Judge Troy Nielson says that history is a factor in the ordering of the high cash bond. Several conditions were added to the bond, including a no-contact order. Cardoso faces over 70 years in prison if convicted. His next court appearance is set for next Wednesday.