A day has passed since a Baltimore County police officer was acquitted on manslaughter charges in the death of a 17-year-old Randallstown boy.
Not guilty on all counts. That verdict was handed down to a Baltimore County police officer accused of manslaughter in the death of a teenager one year ago.
An emotional day in court, as a Baltimore County police officer is tried on manslaughter charges. Supporters on both sides disrupt the court.
The killing sparked outrage and protests. Now, one year after the death of 17-year-old Christopher Brown, a Baltimore County police officer goes on trial.
A fight for justice. Supporters gather to call for harsher charges against the Baltimore County police officer accused of killing 17-year-old Christopher Brown. This as Brown’s mother prepares to meet with the state’s attorney.
Fighting for justice. The family of a teen killed by an off-duty Baltimore County police officer is calling for an independent investigation of the case.
Officer charged! The Baltimore County police officer accused of killing a teenager now faces manslaughter charges, but the teen’s family says it’s not enough.
The outraged mother of a teen killed in an altercation with an off-duty Baltimore County officer wants that officer off the streets tonight, but police say they need more time to complete their investigation.
Was the use of force during a confrontation that killed a 17-year-old in Randallstown justified? The answer is key in a case involving a Baltimore County police officer. The teen’s viewing was held in Randallstown.
Those who knew star high school athlete Christopher Brown are demanding answers one week after he died in an altercation with an off-duty Baltimore County officer. That officer has not been charged with any crime.
A 17-year-old dies after struggling with an off-duty police officer. His death was ruled a homicide.