A 25 year old man accused of exchanging gunfire with Sarpy County law enforcement has been ordered to be held on $1 million bond
Jonathan Grund faces a number of felonies following the officer-involved shooting incident last Thursday in La Vista. La Vista Police say around 8:00, officers were called to a home near South 69th and Josephine for a disturbance. Grund reportedly ran and exchanged gunfire with police in an ensuing foot pursuit.
Grund eventually broke into a home near 69th and Harrison where the homeowner took him down and held him for police.
Officer Nick Jeanette, who fired his weapon at Grund, has been placed on paid administrative leave until the use of force investigation is finished. No one was hit by any of the gunfire.
Grund was hospitalized after the incident for treatment of drug intoxication. He was eventually released from the hospital and booked into the Sarpy County Jail on Friday.
He faces six felony counts including First Degree Assault, Possession of a Deadly Weapon by a Prohibited Person, Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony, Burglary, Terroristic Threats and Terroristic Threats-Hate Crime.