The former Juneau police lieutenant who is accused of opening fire on his fellow officers over the Easter weekend is scheduled to be in court this week.
Troy A. Wilson, 45, is slated to appear in Juneau Superior Court before Judge Philip Pallenberg on Thursday for an omnibus hearing.
The past three scheduled hearings in the case have been postponed or vacated due to the large amount of discovery, prosecutors said.
Wilson is still being held in custody in lieu of $1 million cash bond. He is facing multiple attempted murder, assault and weapons misconduct charges after allegedly barricading himself in his house and firing about 75 to 100 shots at police officers and vehicles with high-powered rifles and handguns. No injuries were reported in the incident.
Wilson is a former SWAT instructor who worked at the Juneau Police Department for 17 years. Police said he resigned in December as he was being investigated for off-duty behavior that allegedly violated police policy and procedure.
Also due in court Thursday is Joshua David Burger, 37, a former Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. employee accused of sexually abusing a minor.
Burger is scheduled to appear before Pallenberg for a trial call. His jury trial is slated to begin in two weeks on Sept. 4, although several motions in his case are still pending.
Burger is facing four felony counts of sexual abuse of minor for alleged conduct that stems from 2004 to 2007.
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