OGDEN — Police can be seen putting on bulletproof vests and heard telling a suspect to "put your hands up" in a dash-cam video at the January drug raid that left an Ogden officer dead.
The Standard-Examiner obtained the latest 140-minute video Monday through a public records request.
One police officer can be heard saying Matthew David Stewart "jumped out the back window. He's in the shed."
A thunderous barrage of gunfire can be heard.
Another officer orders Stewart to put his hand up. He's accused of killing Ogden police officer Jared Francom and injuring five other officers.
It's the latest in a series of videos that portray a chaotic scene after a raid by the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force.
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