HASTINGS, NE — An Osceola man is accused of trying to kill a Hastings Police officer in connection to an officer-involved shooting on Tuesday.

33-year-old Anthony Mattison is charged in Adams County Court with attempted second-degree murder, attempted assault of an officer, terroristic threats, two weapons violations and drug possession. The arrest affidavit is sealed, but the criminal complaint reveals some new details. It accuses Mattison of intentionally trying to kill a Hastings Police officer, using a gun during the incident and possessing meth.

Police news releases say the shooting happened around 12:40 Tuesday afternoon outside of the Hastings Police station. Multiple officers were involved and two officers fired shots. There were no injuries and the Nebraska State Patrol arrested Mattison on unrelated felony warrants.

South Central Area Law Enforcement Services is investigating the incident. Hastings Police are conducting an internal review of the officers’ actions as mandated by policy.

Mattison is in jail on a $2,000,000 cash bond. His arraignment in county court is Thursday morning.