Friday morning Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced in a press conference that Freddie Gray‘s death has been ruled a homicide and all arresting officers have been charged. Charges range from second-degree murder to manslaughter. Warrants have been issued for the six arresting officers.
One officer, the driver of the police van, has been charged with several counts, including second-degree murder. A second officer has been charged with several counts, including manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter. Two other officers have been charged with several counts, including involuntary manslaughter. An additional two officers are charged with several counts, including second-degree assault.
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