The man accused of shooting a Delaware County police officer seven times in June was held over for trial on all charges Friday.
Donte Brooks Island, 34, of Upper Darby, is charged with 14 counts of attempted murder, aggravated assault, and related charges. He faced a district judge during a preliminary hearing in Secane.
He is accused of shooting Christopher Dorman, a part-time officer with the Folcroft Borough Police Department, who had responded to a report of a drug deal in the 1500 block of Elmwood Avenue.
Police said Island fired seven shots at the officer from a .40-caliber pistol, hitting Dorman in the face through both cheeks, in his groin, in a leg, and four times in his chest.