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Man accused of shooting two deputies now faces 12 charges

Wesley Correa- Carmenaty, the man accused of shooting two deputies. now faces 12 charges in Pottawattamie County

POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY -- The Pottawattamie County Attorney's Office formally charged Wesley Correa-Carmenaty with killing Deputy Mark Burbridge and attempted murder of Deputy Pat Morgan.

New court documents show Carmenaty is facing 10 other charges including robbery, kidnapping and illegally having a gun.

Carmenaty's defense attorney is in Sioux City as he is currently being held at Woodbury County Jail. His arraignment is June 19. and first trial will be July 25, 2017.

We've listed all the charges Carmenaty is facing as well as possible sentences if he is found guilty.

Count I: Murder in the First Degree of Deputy Mark Burbridge, a Class A Felony (life in prison)

Count II: Kidnapping in the Second Degree against Amy Kanger, a Class B Felony (25 years)

Count III: Attempt to Commit Murder against Deputy Pat Morgan, a Class B Felony (25 years)

Count IV: Attempt to Commit Murder against Jerry Brittain, a Class B Felony (25 years)

Count V: Robbery in the First Degree against Deputy Mark Burbridge and Deputy Pat

Morgan, a Class B Felony (25 years)

Count VI: Robbery in the First Degree against Jerry Brittain, a Class B Felony (25 years)

Count VII: Robbery in the First Degree against Amy Kanger, a Class B Felony (25 years)

County VIII: Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon against Jerry Brittain and Kelsey

Bridges, a Class C Felony (10 years)

Count IX: Felon in Possession of a Firearm, a Class D Felony (5 years)

Count X: Felon in Possession of a Firearm, a Class D Felony (5 years)

Count XI: Escape, a Class D Felony (5 years)

Count XII: Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, a Class C Felony (10 years)

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