Updated: Fri 9:31 AM, May 01, 2015
By: AP Email
BALTIMORE (AP) – State’s attorney says Freddie Gray’s death in police custody was a homicide.
State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby says six officers in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray have been charged.
One officer faces a second-degree murder charge while the other officers face manslaughter or assault charges, among others.
Mosby says the officers failed to get Gray medical help even though he requested it repeatedly after he was arrested April 12. She called his arrest illegal.
At some point while he was in custody, he suffered a mysterious spinal injury and died a week later.
Prosecutor: Knife, not switchblade, was found clipped to Gray’s pants pocket; was legal.
State’s attorney says Freddie Gray’s arrest was illegal, plans to file charges.
State’s attorney: All 6 officers charged in Freddie Gray’s police-custody death.
Charges against officers in Gray case include 2nd-degree murder, manslaughter, assault.
Prosecutor: Warrant issued for 6 officers’ arrest in Gray case, unsure if they’re in custody.
State’s attorney says she will not turn Freddie Gray case over to special prosecutor.
The state medical examiner’s office says it has sent the autopsy report on Freddie Gray to prosecutors.
Officials made the announcement Monday morning. The report is now in the hands of State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Spokesman Bruce Goldfarb says the Office of the Chief State Medical Examiner will not release the report publicly while the case is under investigation.
Freddie Gray died April 19 of spinal injuries he suffered while in police custody.
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