Phillips was arrested the night of Nov. 13, when more than a dozen police officers raided the house in the 2000 block of Orthodox Street where he was living, and which police believed was a crack house.
According to earlier court testimony, a police sergeant knocked on the door, identified himself, and said he had a search warrant. Another officer then banged the door with a battering ram.
Phillips, then 16, gave a statement to police in which he said he grabbed a pistol and fired through a window, wounding Officers Christopher Reed, a 12-year veteran, and Stephen Holts, a 13-year veteran.
Phillips surrendered after a standoff that ended several hours later.
The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Officer Chuck Cassidy was fatally wounded when he walked into a robbery at a North Broad Street doughnut shop.
Also charged with attempted murder and related offenses was Phillips' cousin Troy Zimmerman, then 22, who authorities say was squatting and selling drugs with Phillips in the empty unit of the converted rowhouse.
Ravikant said Zimmerman had pleaded guilty to drug charges and was awaiting sentencing.
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