A New London man accused of shooting at officers, and injuring one, last Friday, is being held on a 5 million dollar cash bond after being charged with 11 felonies. 62 year old James Dax faces 6 counts of attempted first degree intentional homicide, and single counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety, making terrorist threats, threatening a law enforcement officer, illegal possession of a firearm, and possessing explosives for unlawful purposes. The charges together carry nearly 400 years of imprisonment upon conviction. Dax allegedly shot an officer in the foot as SWAT teams tried to take him into custody last Friday at his Town of Mukwa residence. A warrant had been issued following a charge of aggravated battery– domestic abuse from late August. According to the criminal complaint, the female victim in that case told officers Dax had weapons in the home, had a gun hidden in the woods, and had multiple molotov cocktails in the garage. The complaint says Dax corresponded with the FBI, saying he ” had enough explosives for my building to take the neighborhood.” The complaint says Dax opened fire on three officers as they entered the attic to Dax’s home, where he had retreated. The complaint says officers outside the home had bullets come through the wall of the house near them. In court Monday afternoon, District Attorney Veronica Isherwood asked for a high cash bond. The issue of Dax’s competency was raised by a public defender, but Judge Vicki Clussman said no competency hearing would be ordered before Dax’s next appearance, which is set for next Tuesday.