Two men in two separate incidents die in police custody in Baltimore. Questions surrounding the cases have the department under fire.
Under fire over the deaths of two men in police custody. Baltimore’s top cop announced changes to the way the department will handle in custody deaths.
Wrongful death. The family of a man who died in the custody of a Baltimore police officers is suing the department.
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.