Jonathan Oddi, the man accused of opening fire at the Trump National Doral Gold Club, will remain behind bars.
In his first court appearance Monday, 42-year-old Oddi was ordered held with no bond.
He faces nearly a dozen charges, including attempted second-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, armed burglary, assault with a firearm, grand theft and falsely pulling a fire alarm.
The motive for the Friday morning shooting, which happened around 1:30 a.m., was not immediately clear, but Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said Oddi pointed his gun at several people and shouted "anti-Trump" rhetoric before waiting for police to confront him.
Oddi was being held on no bond and was told to stay away from the Trump National resort if he is released.
The suspect who went on a shooting rampage at the Trump National Doral Golf Club is heading to court today.
42 year old Jonathon Oddi is facing multiple charges including attempted murder, aggravated assault, burglary, criminal mischief, grand theft and causing a false fire alarm.
He was shot but is expected to attend today's court proceedings. An officer was injured- in Friday's shooting but is expected to be OK.
#TrumpDoralShooting - Jonathan Oddi is facing several charges - $4Million bond for 5 counts of murder 2nd degree w/deadly weapon but he will be held no bond due to the burglary with assault charge - Watch @CBSMiami for latest from the #MiamiDade court. pic.twitter.com/JRnCMniIra— CBS4 Assignment Desk (@CBS4NEWSDESK) May 21, 2018