Negotiations continue for a 21-year old man accused of being involved in an officer involved shooting in Box Elder in July.
Cruz DeLeon's attorney, Paul Brankin, said in Seventh Circuit Court Monday morning that they have put in a counter offer to the state, to try and come to an agreement.
DeLeon is accused of pulling a gun, and pointing it at a deputy when the deputy was at his home serving a warrant on another person.
DeLeon faces charges of attempted first degree murder, alternative counts of aggravated assault against a law enforcement officer, commission of a felony with a firearm, possession of a controlled drug or substance, and false personation, for that incident in July.
He also faces charges from earlier that month of commission of a felony with a firearm, possession of a controlled drug or substance, unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug or substance, and possession of a controlled weapon.
In addition DeLeon faces a charge of simple assault on a law enforcement officer from September, for allegedly assaulting a corrections officer while in custody at the Pennington County Jail.
Brankin said they hope to have an agreement when they come back to court on December 18.
DeLeon faces more than 100 years behind bars, if convicted of all charges.