PIERCE, Neb. -- A rural Pierce County man is facing multiple charges after an alleged incident last week.

On Friday, the Pierce County Attorney's Office filed a complaint against 27-year-old Colby Huff. Authorities charged Huff with two counts of attempted assault of a police officers in the first degree, two counts of use of a firearm to commit a felony, two counts of terroristic threats, tampering with evidence and false reporting.

According to court documents, the charges stem from an incident shortly after 3:00 a.m. on June 19. Court records indicate that Nebraska State Patrol troopers, Pierce Police officers and Pierce County Sheriff's deputies all responded to a 911 call at a rural Pierce residence.

The original complaint state that upon authorities' arrival, shots were fired in the direction of law enforcement officials.

After contacting another person who had reportedly been at the scene and left, authorities arrested Huff. He is being held in the Pierce County Jail on 10% of $250,000 bond.

The Nebraska State Patrol is continuing to investigate the incident.