The Latest on charges in a deadly shootout outside a police station in the Washington suburbs (all times local):

10:15 a.m.

A man accused of engaging officers in a deadly gun battle outside a police station in the Washington suburbs has been charged with second-degree murder.

Prince George's County State's Attorney spokesman John Erzen confirmed Wednesday that 22-year-old Michael Ford is facing 25 counts, including attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder, in the incident that turned fatal for Officer Jacai Colson, who was struck by friendly fire. Online court records show Ford is being held without bail.

Police have said Ford fired on the station to draw officers' attention and hoped to die in a "suicide by cop." Police say Ford's brothers, Malik and Elijah, drove him to the station and recorded his "last will and testament" and the firefight. They face multiple charges and are scheduled for bond review hearings Wednesday.

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9:30 a.m.

Two men accused of making videos as their other brother allegedly engaged police in a fatal gun battle will appear in court for a review of their bonds.

The exchange of gunfire Sunday outside a police station in the Washington suburbs turned fatal for Prince George's County Police Officer Jacai Colson, who was struck by friendly fire.

Police have said Michael Ford fired on the station to draw officers' attention and hoped to die in a "suicide by cop." Police say Malik Ford and Elijah Ford drove their brother to the station and recorded his "last will and testament," as well as the firefight.

The brothers face numerous charges, including attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Malik Ford and Elijah Ford are scheduled for bond review hearings Wednesday.