Bail was set at $750,000 Tuesday for a woman accused of opening fire on an Omaha paramedic in the back of an ambulance.
That means that Justine Dubois must pay 10 percent of that, or $75,000, to be released from the Douglas County Jail.
Dubois, 24, was formally charged Tuesday with felony assault, making terroristic threats, use of a weapon to commit a felony and gun possession by a prohibited person.
She is suspected of faking a seizure as part of an escape attempt after she was arrested in connection with a car theft last Wednesday.
An ambulance was called, and while Dubois was being transported, she pulled out a gun. Brock Borhart, a paramedic and firefighter, suffered a superficial gunshot wound to the chest. Dubois was shot in the leg as Borhart tried to disarm her.
Police said they searched Dubois before putting her in the ambulance and didn’t find a gun.