Sentencing has been rescheduled for the Sturgeon Bay man accused of firing shots at police officers and holding authorities at bay for more than seven hours last August.
The sentencing hearing for 41-year-old Christopher McNulty was originally scheduled for this week. It's now been changed to September 7 at 10 a.m. before Door County Judge Peter Diltz.
McNulty, who now lives in Green Bay, reached an agreement with prosecutors May 7, pleading no contest to four charges and having three others counts dismissed. One of the no contest pleas was for first-degree recklessly endangering safety -- a charge reduced from attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
McNulty's bond was also reduced to allow him to receive psychiatric treatment.
McNulty is accused of firing shots through a garage wall in the direction of officers when they went to his home on North Duluth Avenue to check on his welfare last August 1. A seven-hour standoff ensued before McNulty was eventually taken into custody.