VANCOUVER, Wash. - The man accused of shooting a Vancouver motorcycle officer made his first court appearance Tuesday in Clark County Superior Court and was ordered held on $10 million bail while he awaits charges.
James Todd Sapp is held for investigation of attempted murder, robbery and unlawful possession of a firearm.
The Columbian reports the 47-year-old has been identified by the Clark County sheriff's office as a white supremacist member of the Aryan Brotherhood.
He's accused of shooting Officer Dustin Goudschall multiple times on Monday after he stopped a stolen vehicle.
Police say the 32-year-old officer is in stable condition Tuesday in a hospital.
Goudschall was hired by the Vancouver Police Department in 2008 and previously served with the University of Arizona police.
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