A Hoopa teenager accused of trying to rob and kill a man on the Klamath river bar was arraigned today on attempted murder and weapons charges.

Judge David E. Herrick set bail at $550,000 for Daniel Pratt, 18. Hoopa police say that on the morning of Nov. 21, Pratt drove up to a man parked in a vehicle on the river bar on Bair Road. He allegedly jumped out of his white SUV and fired shots into the air, then pulled out a second gun and ordered the man to “give me all of your stuff.” When the man began driving away, Pratt allegedly fired shots into his car.

The teen was arrested later that day at a house on River Road in Hoopa.

Pratt was calm, soft-spoken and polite at the arraignment today. When Derrick set his bail at $550,000, he simply nodded. The Conflict Counsel’s Office was appointed to represent him, with the defense attorney entering not guilty pleas on his behalf.

The preliminary hearing was set for Dec. 8.