Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa on Thursday told the panel created to review the investigation of Det. Sean Suiter’s killing to “go where the evidence leads you,” before the group was scheduled to spend hours discussing the unsolved case in private.
“We are not going to reinvestigate a homicide,” but assess the police work that’s been done, said James “Chips” Stewart, one of the co-chairs of the Independent Review Board.
The board is expected to issue a comprehensive report of its “assessment of the facts and circumstances, and conclusion and findings of this tragic act,” to the police commissioner, Stewart said.
The review is expected to take 90 to 180...