The man who was shot multiple times by law enforcement after allegedly threatening them with a rifle was arraigned on aggravated assault charges Monday morning.
Travis Ross, 43, is facing more than 200 years in prison for allegedly leading law enforcement on a pursuit and then pointing a rifle at them last June.
Monday, he pleaded not guilty to all six charges including 4 counts of aggravated assault.
A Department of Criminal Investigation or DCI report shows troopers and police shot off an estimated 47 rounds at Ross after he allegedly pointed a rifle at them. He was hit four times. The DCI investigation cleared the officers of any wrongdoing.
The pursuit started in Rapid City June 17th and ended on Highway 14/16 near New Underwood.