>> RELATED: Man faces kidnapping, child endangering charges after 13-hour standoff
Minutes later, when the prosecutor was reading the indictment, Lewis had an outburst:
"How did this even start though? This started because my brother let the so-called peace officer in the house without them announcing, they actually walked in the house without announcing themselves. They just walked in … and they did not have their body cams on them that they supposed to have."
>> RELATED: Defendant in 13-hour SWAT standoff in Dayton remains jailed
Lewis is accused of firing shots at officers while they attempted to take him into custody Jan. 3 at a Briarwood Avenue apartment. After firing the shots, Lewis allegedly barricaded himself inside, taking a woman and two boys hostage. Police said that one of the boys was Lewis’ son, and both boys were the woman’s children.
The SWAT standoff that ensued lasted nearly 14 hours, and no one was injured, police said.