The man who police shot multiple times after he fired at responding officers and set a fire at Millcreek Township residence last week has been released from the hospital and is now behind bars, Erie News Now has learned.

Keegan Baker, 26, was arraigned Sept. 8 on charges including attempted homicide, attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, assault of a law enforcement officer, aggravated assault, arson, burglary, criminal mischief and recklessly endangering another person.

He is being held on $500,000 bond in the Erie County Prison.

The incident started Sept. 5 around 3 p.m. Tuesday at 1045 E. Gore Rd. when police were called for a burglary with guns in the home.

One of the residents of the home told investigators Baker is his stepson, and his juvenile grandson contacted him to say Baker was inside the residence, according to state police. Surveillance video from the residence showed Baker kick open the door of the residence and go inside just after 3 p.m. then leave the residence and open fire at police just before 4 p.m., the criminal complaint said.

Officers set up a perimeter around the home, and Baker came out with a pistol in his hand and screamed, "I'll make you famous mother ****er," according to the criminal complaint. Baker fired at officers who then fired back, according to state police.

He was hit multiple times and taken to UPMC Hamot for treatment of gunshot wounds to the abdomen and lower extremities.

Investigators said an armored vehicle was brought to the scene after learning there were guns in the home and a fire in the residence. Firefighters initially used that vehicle to start putting out the fire until police secured the scene.

Investigators interviewed Baker's mother, who told them she received a text message from Baker which said, "I told you. I hope you enjoy the flames." She told troopers Baker previously threatened her, and she contacted Millcreek Police about not wanting Baker at the residence, according to state police. Police took the report Aug. 27 and advised Baker he was not permitted at the residence.