Bodycam video released Friday shows a riot earlier this month at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center that caused an estimated $200,000 in damages and boosted calls for reform to the facility.
Six teens-- one 14-year-old and the rest 15 years old -- face several felony charges in connection with the Jan. 8 incident.
Inmates used broken metal furniture to smash security glass and damaged cell doors, sprinklers, the ceiling, showers, toilets, light fixtures, a television and windows, according to a Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department report.
The sheriff's department SWAT team was called to calm the situation.
One inmate picked up a shard of glass and threatened to stab a SWAT officer, officials said.
It took the SWAT team roughly three hours to get everything under control, according to the sheriff's department report.
They used an electric saw to slice through the security glass