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.
One of the Baltimore police officers who arrested Freddie Gray wants the police department and prosecutor to produce a knife that was the reason for the arrest, saying in court papers that it is an illegal weapon.
A woman whose address was listed in public court records as that of a police officer charged in the Freddie Gray case has been harassed by phone calls from bail bondsmen and visits from journalists to her home, her lawyer said Monday.
Six officers are charged in Freddie Gray’s death from injuries he suffered while in police custody. State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby says the officers repeatedly failed to get Gray medical treatment after his arrest. The police officers’ union has said they are not responsible for Gray’s death.
Police say a group started attacking officers with rocks and bricks at Patapsco and 9th Street.
Governor Larry Hogan may be calling on the National Guard to help provide safety in Baltimore City.
Following a heated debate over whether Baltimore City school police officers should be armed, city schools are changing the way school police operate.