Prosecutors say all six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray have pleaded not guilty.
Turning the tide. Homicides and shootings up dramatically in Baltimore after six city police officers are charged in the death of Freddie Gray. It’s not an easy job, and it’s even harder on the city’s west side.
The pipes, the bikes, the mounted patrols and every other aspect of public safety are represented here.
The sudden jump from prosecutor to the center of media attention has brought Marilyn Mosby praise and criticism.
Some community leaders tell WJZ since the indictments of six officers in the Freddie Gray case, violence has surged because city police have been holding back.
New developments in the Freddie Gray case. WJZ confirms attorneys for the six officers charged in his death are seeking a change of venue.
New charges against the six officers accused in Freddie Gray’s death. The case sparked protests, riots and destructive looting in Baltimore.
Prosecutors want a judge to bar attorneys, police and witnesses from talking outside court about the case of Freddie Gray, arguing that statements by attorneys for some of the six police officers accused in Gray’s death could prejudice the public, according to court documents obtained Monday.
Accused of looting. Two Baltimore correctional officers face charges in connection to last month’s riots.
New details in the investigation into the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
The tribute paid to fallen troopers brings the state police family together each year–and this year is no exception.
Some 114 officers were injured in the unrest. The events of the past several weeks have rattled many officers, who continue to come to work every day for a department that is facing changes.