Baltimore’s State’s Attorney says a city police officer won’t be charged for the blunt force trauma death of a man in police custody.
Under growing pressure, police released the names of three officers involved in a controversial arrest in East Baltimore, where 46-year-old Anthony “Tony” Anderson died as a result of what his family believes was police brutality.
Baltimore City police say threats are being made against the officers involved in an arrest that led to a man’s death. The medical examiner ruled it a homicide.
He died in police custody and now the medical examiner has labeled Anthony Anderson’s death a homicide.