WEST JORDAN, Utah -- The man who prompted a shooting inside the West Valley City Police Department's lobby was sentenced up to 10 years in prison Monday.
In October, James Ramsey Kammeyer, 40, pleaded guilty to threats of terrorism, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a restricted person-- all third degree felonies.
The detective retreated into the bulletproof glass enclosure and called for backup. When officers arrived, one of them opened fire and shot Kammeyer twice in the arm.
Kammeyer's wife said he was trying to get killed by police. He has a history with the law, including a conviction for sexual abuse of a child. He also had a domestic incident the day before the incident at the West Valley City Police Department building, where he was charged with criminal mischief and two counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Kammeyer is due back in court in January.