OGDEN -- The Weber County Sheriff's Office has produced a 21-minute video tribute to the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force and six officers involved in a Jan. 4 fatal shootout.
Ogden Officer Jared Francom was killed in the shooting that occurred as strike force agents served a search warrant at the home of Matthew David Stewart, 37, at 3268 Jackson Ave.
The strike force tribute video is set to music and contains about 200 images, including those from the scene of the shooting and Francom's funeral. It was developed by Kellie Slater, policy and compliance manager for the Weber County Sheriff's Office.
"It was a way for everybody to see the events chronologically," Slater said.
It took about a week for Slater to put together the video, which was shown for the first time during an appreciation event for Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force agents last month.
The video includes photos contributed by the Weber County Sheriff's Office, the Ogden Police Department and various media outlets.
About 100 copies of the video have been provided on DVD to area law enforcement officers free of charge.
Officers wounded in the shootout were strike force agents Shawn Grogan and Kasey Burrell, both of the Ogden Police Department; Sgt. Nate Hutchinson, of the Weber County Sheriff's Office; and Jason Vanderwarf, of the Roy Police Department.
Ogden Officer Michael Rounkles also was wounded when he tried to help the injured strike force agents.
Stewart, who also was wounded, is being held without bond in Weber County Jail on one count of aggravated murder, seven counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of production of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone.