Carlints St. Louis, 30, was arraigned last week in criminal court in Miami on charges that include one count of attempted first-degree murder with a deadly weapon with prejudice; one count of discharging a firearm in a vehicle; and one count of battery of aggravated battery of a person 65 years of age or older.
In late July, Lifshutz was shot six times in the leg as he stood outside the Young Israel of Greater Miami waiting for prayers to begin. Lifshutz required surgery.
St. Louis was taken into custody by Miami-Dade Police on Aug. 21, a day after he filled out a report with a nearby police department claiming that a firearm had been stolen from his black Chevy Impala — the car police were seeking in the synagogue shooting.
He was ordered held in jail without bond. A trial date has been set for Dec. 2, the NBC Miami affiliate reported.