Dane Johnson, the former soldier who engaged the police in a shootout in Cumberland, Portmore, St. Catherine, had his $300,000 bail extended on Monday when he appeared in the St. Catherine Parish Court. The case was transferred to the St. Catherine Circuit Court. Mr. Johnson‘s next court appearance will be on December 3. He is being represented by attorneys Peter Champagnie and Samoi Campbell. Mr. Johnson, 35, was charged with several counts of shooting with intent, wounding with intent, and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition following the November 2 incident. The police received calls of an armed man firing bullets at his neighbours in Cumberland Meadows. When the police arrived, they came under gunfire which resulted in a cop being wounded. Mr. Johnson was also shot during the stand-off with the police. He then ran to his house and locked himself inside with his daughter. He surrendered after his wife arrived on the scene and spoke with him.