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Lieutenant Brian Rice charged in Freddie Gray death had weapons seized in 2012
Lieutenant Brian Rice charged in Freddie Gray death had weapons seized in 2012

The highest-ranking officer charged in Freddie Gray's death once had his weapons seized by Carroll County sheriff's deputies after an ex-girlfriend reported she was alarmed by some of his comments, according to police documents. According to a report filed by the Carroll County sheriff's office, deputies took seven weapons from Lt. Brian Rice in April 2012, after his ex-girlfriend, Karen Crisafulli — also a Baltimore police officer — called local authorities to check on his well-being. The two had a son together, 6 months old at the time, and had made unofficial custody arrangements. When she didn't show up to bring the son to Rice, he told her "he...

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