Terry Porter, 46, is being charged with possession of firearms, among other firearms charges.
The charges come after police searched his home on November 29th and seized a number of firearms after an eight hour man hunt.
A judge granted Porter a continuance in his case. Many of Porter's family and friends were in the court room as a sign of support.
Neighbors say the incident has them concerned.
"They're very upset, a no-knock search warrant for someone we know as being a pretty friendly easy going guy, with a wife and three children, and to come in there and bang the doors down, they weren't even locked from my understanding," says Timothy Frenquist, a neighbor.
Porter was released on a $75,000 bond earlier this month. No trial date has been set.