OGDEN -- The Ogden Police Department released a new dash-cam video Monday of a deadly Jan. 4 shootout that provides a closer look at patrol officers scrambling to retrieve bulletproof vests from their vehicles while gunfire rings out around them.
The Standard-Examiner obtained the latest two hour and 20 minute video through a state public records request.
Last week the newspaper received seven dash-cam videos that show the tense and chaotic scene after a raid by the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force at the home of Matthew David Stewart at 3268 Jackson Ave.
The Riverdale and South Ogden police departments also have provided the Standard-Examiner with dash-cam videos from the shooting.
Stewart, who was wounded in the shootout, is accused of killing Ogden police officer Jared Francom and injuring five other officers.
In the video released Monday, a thunderous barrage of gunfire can be heard just after an Ogden police officer pulls his car up behind two parked patrol vehicles. Suddenly, a rifle-toting officer is seen opening the trunk of a vehicle.
"Let me get my (bulletproof) vest," the officer shouts.
The video then shows an officer inching the patrol car a few feet toward Stewart's home and parking it at an angle.
About a minute later, a police officer pulls a pair of vests from the trunk of his vehicle and carries them back to officers near the parked car.
The video also picks up audio of police officers ordering the gunman to surrender and noting the shooter's escape from the house.
"Put your hands up," an officer can be heard shouting.
"He jumped out the back window. He's in the shed," another officer yells amid the sound of more gunfire.
After the shooting dies down, an officer calls out for fellow officers to take cover behind a tree.
Stewart, who was shot multiple times, was ultimately taken into custody at the scene.
He has been charged with aggravated murder, seven counts of attempted aggravated murder, and production of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone.
Ogden Police Chief Mike Ashment has declined to comment on the release of the dash-cam videos because the shootout remains under investigation by the Weber County Attorney's Office.
Stewart remains in custody in Weber County Jail. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against him.
Strike force agents who were wounded are 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.
In addition, Ogden officer Michael Rounkles was wounded when he arrived on the scene to assist the strike force agents.