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Charges against Baltimore officers

Six Baltimore officers were charged with various crimes after Freddie Gray died in police custody.

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Second degree depraved heart murder Second degree assault Misconduct in office Manslaughter (involuntary) Manslaughter by vehicles (gross negligence) Manslaughter by vehicles (criminal negligence) Reckless endangerment Verdict

Officer William Porter

Years on force: 3

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

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Officer Edward Nero

Years on force: 3

Found not guilty on all charges 5/23/2016

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Officer Caesar Goodson Jr.

Years on force: 16

Found not guilty on all charges 6/23/2016

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Lt. Brian Rice

Years on force: 18

Found not guilty on all charges 7/18/2016

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Officer Garrett Miller

Years on force: 3

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

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Sgt. Alicia White

Years on force: 5

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

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Officer William Porter

Years on force: 3

Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

Officer Edward Nero

Years on force: 3

Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

Found not guilty on all charges 5/23/2016

Officer Caesar Goodson Jr.

Years on force: 16

Second degree assault

Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Manslaughter (involuntary)

Manslaughter by vehicles (gross negligence)

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

Found not guilty on all charges 6/23/2016

Lt. Brian Rice

Years on force: 18

Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

Found not guilty on all charges 7/18/2016

Officer Garrett Miller

Years on force: 3

Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

Sgt. Alicia White

Years on force: 5

Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Reckless endangerment

Verdict

All charges dropped 7/27/2016

Prosecutor's timeline in the Freddie Gray Case

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On May 1, 2015, Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby announced that the six Baltimore police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray – who died after being injured in police custody – have been charged criminally. Below is the timeline of events that she outlined during her press conference.

Mount St. and North Ave.

According to the statement of charges Mosby read at a news conference, officers Lt. Brian Rice, Garrett Miller and Edward Nero were on bike patrol at 9:15 a.m. near corner of North Avenue and Mount Street where they made eye contact with Gray.

Anatomy of a neighborhood: Sandtown-Winchester

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The Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem Park* neighborhoods, thrust into the national spotlight over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, have long been home to some of the worst living conditions in Baltimore.

Mapping inequalities in Baltimore’s neighborhoods

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Unemployment, income, life expectancy, and homicide rate data for Baltimore City neighborhoods.

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