BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Suspended Baltimore Police Sergeant Ethan Newberg, who was indicted Thursday on dozens of counts of allegedly harassing citizens, was released from custody Friday after posting $200,000 bail.

Newberg, a 24-year-veteran of the police department, was in court Friday for a bail review hearing. He’s charged with 32 counts stemming from nine incidents in which he allegedly harassed and detained citizens without legal reason.

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Newberg was arrested and suspended without pay following an incident in May in which he reportedly forcibly arrested a bystander who was commenting on the way Newberg was conducting a warrant check.

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Online court records do not list a date for any future court appearances as of Friday evening.