A hoarder from New London is charged with eleven felonies for a shootout with law enforcement officers last Friday. A Waupaca County judge set bond at five-million dollars Monday for 62-year-old James Dax, who’s scheduled to continue his initial court appearance one week from today (Tuesday). Prosecutors say Dax allegedly tried shooting three Waupaca County sheriff’s deputies, a county detective, and two city police officers from New London. Officials say Dax was wanted for a domestic violence incident, and a standoff with officers later began. Deputies say a robot from a bomb unit went into the house but could not find Dax because of all the hoarded items — officers then used tear gas to try and get him out — and officials say Dax fired shots, surrendered, and shot again as one officer was struck and had non life threatening injuries.