The Freddie Gray case is bringing a new effort to reexamine police custody deaths in Baltimore.
The family of Tyrone West files a wrongful death lawsuit against the Baltimore City Police Department.
The death of a man during a chaotic arrest sparks outrage and several investigations. After clearing officers, Baltimore’s top prosecutor releases key interviews conducted in the case.
Justifiable force. The state prosecutor will not file charges against the officers involved in the in-custody death of Tyrone West. Now his family is vowing to continue their fight for justice as police make changes to the way these cases are handled.
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.
He was killed in police custody. Now police are releasing information about the death of Tyrone West. A press conference was held Tuesday afternoon.
There’s renewed outrage after the state medical examiner’s office says it will not release results of an autopsy done on a Baltimore man who died in police custody.
After months of public outcry, the medical examiner has finished the autopsy of a Baltimore man who died in police custody. But the agency won’t release results…not even to the dead man’s family.
Searching for answers. Baltimore leaders are joining the chorus of voices looking for information about what happened to a man who died in police custody. Family members of 44-year-old Tyrone West believe police are responsible for his death.
It’s been nearly four months since a Baltimore City man died in police custody. Still, officials remain silent about what caused his death.
Three weeks after the death of a man in police custody, city officials say there is still no cause of death.