Loyd was accused of shooting and killing a Florida police officer.
In court Thursday, Loyd refused a public defender and said he would defend himself before erupting into a verbal, expletive-laden tirade about the circumstances surrounding the cases in which he faces charges. And when she finally told officers to remove him from the courtroom, Loyd turned to the judge and said "f-- you!"
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Loyd arrested Tuesday night after a manhunt that lasted more than a week.
The judge today held him on no bond. In his initial hearing on Thursday, Loyd declared that numerous accusations against him are "made up" and complained that he was roughed up by arresting officers.
A manhunt for Loyd was launched last week after police identified him as the man suspected of shooting Clayton outside a Walmart in Florida on January 9.
Clayton called in the sighting at about 7:16 a.m., and identified the suspect as "Markeith", the report said.
"They done took my eye, broke my nose, broke my jaw", Loyd complained, swearing as he described crawling out to the road to be arrested.
"Some people fear repercussions, of whatever, from other people", said Aaron Chance, who lives a half-dozen homes away from the abandoned home where Loyd was captured.
Police were able to remove most ot the writing. Loyd is seen on the ground in the midst of a sea of police, with the figures showing up in night vision.
At a press conference, Orlando Police Chief John Mina says his officers "showed incredible restraint" in the incident. Loyd's face was bloodied and swollen when he was taken to police headquarters, and he was hospitalized overnight. According to police, Loyd had "a large bag of ammunition" underneath Markeith, and that Loyd had previously gotten rid of two guns, one of which had the capability shooting off 100 rounds via a magazine.
Loyd has not yet been charged in Clayton or Lewis' deaths and is expected to be in court again in a week.
"Everything you say is being recorded sir", the judge said, confirming that Loyd was speaking under oath.
Loyd claimed, "They done took my eye".
"I believe that our entire community is going to breathe a sigh of relief at this point", Demings said.