GALESBURG — An Oquawka man is charged with a slew of offenses related to Thursday afternoon's Galesburg police officer-involved shooting on North Cedar Street.

Kaleb E. Holzheuser, 29, Knox Street in Oquawka, was booked into the Knox County jail Thursday night on several offenses. The Knox County State's Attorney's office filed formal charges against Holzheuser late Friday morning in three separate cases.

He is charged in two separate cases with Class X felony possession with the intent to deliver meth and Class X felony possession of meth between 100 and 400 grams. The most serious charges filed against the Oquawka man are the delivery charges, which, if he is convicted, carry a mandatory prison sentence between nine and 40 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Knox County Assistant State's Attorney Brian Kerr said the drug cases involve ice meth, also known as crystal meth, which is imported into the area.

In the third felony case, Holzheuser is charged with felony aggravated battery to a peace officer, felony possession of meth less than 5 grams and felony possession of psilocybin less than 15 grams.

According to charging documents, Holzheuser is charged with causing bodily harm to Galesburg police Detective Lane Mings in that Holzheuser allegedly "struck a vehicle door which struck Officer Mings resulting in bruising."

Further, Holzheuser also was booked into the Knox County jail for a McDonough County warrant with bail set at $100,000, $10,000 needed to get out of custody. Information on that 2018 felony case in McDonough was not immediately available by about 12:30 p.m. Friday.

According to a news release late Thursday from the Illinois State Police, a Galesburg police officer attempted to perform a traffic stop at about 3:45 p.m. Thursday in the 400 block of North Cedar Street.

"As the officer on the passenger side of the squad (car) was exiting, the suspect vehicle swerved around the squad car striking the passenger door hitting the officer. Shots were fired at that time," the news release said.

A witness to the incident told The Register-Mail on Thursday afternoon at the scene that at least two shots were fired into the vehicle as the driver, now believed to be Holzheuser, attempted to run over an officer, now identified as Detective Mings.

No one was struck by the shots fired. The vehicle traveled a short distance before crashing into a utility pole.

One Galesburg police officer was transported to OSF HealthCare Saint Mary Medical Center for injuries sustained in the incident and was treated and released, the news release said.

ISP says the case remains an "open and ongoing investigation" and that no further information was being released by state police. The agency then directed further media inquiries to the Knox County State's Attorney's office.

Kerr, in releasing a statement to The Register-Mail, said there were multiple police agencies in an investigation involving Holzheuser.

"The Illinois State Police is investigating, and the investigation is still ongoing. Until the investigation is concluded, the Knox County State's Attorney's office has no further comment," he said.

Holzheuser is expected to make a video court appearance later today on the charges.