Waseca officer continues with physical, occupational therapy; bail set for suspect

[anvplayer video=”4834660″ station=”998122″]

Bail has been set for the man accused of shooting a Waseca police officer in the head last month.

Tyler Janovsky was charged with three counts of first-degree attempted murder of a peace officer in connection with the incident that happened Jan. 6.

A judge set Janovsky's bail at $3 million without conditions and $2 million with conditions. 

Officer Arik Matson, who was struck in the head by a gunshot, was hospitalized after the incident.

More from KSTP.com:

Waseca officer moves out of ICU, into acute care facility

Waseca officer undergoes another surgery, still progressing

'Worst nightmare a law enforcement agency can face': Waseca officer shot in head, in critical condition

In a new CaringBridge post, Matson's family said he was able to go outside in a wheelchair for a brief period of time.

"He loved feeling the sun on his face and we enjoyed being out in the fresh air after almost a month of being in the hospital!" the post stated.

"Arik has been super smiley the last few days and you can tell he's just as proud of his progress as we are," family went on to say in the post. "He's in good spirits and loving all the visits he gets. Keep those prayers and good vibes coming!"

Matson's family said he is working with physical and occupational therapists to continue to grow stronger.