A man already serving 5 years to life in the Utah State Prison for the attempted homicide of a Murray police officer was given a 10-year federal prison sentence on Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart sentenced Quentin Hurlich, 31, to serve the time at the conclusion of his state sentence.

Stewart agreed with federal prosecutors that an upward departure in federal sentencing guidelines was necessary in light of the serious nature of Hurlich's conduct. His sentence was the statutory maximum for possession of a firearm by a felon.

Hurlich was at Zions Bank in Murray on June 3, 1999, attempting to cash a counterfeit check, when he fired multiple shots at a Murray officer who responded to a call from the bank.