xml:space="preserve">
xml:space="preserve">
Advertisement
Advertisement

As Baltimore Sun reporters continue to work the various stories surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, we'll try to keep you updated on the latest developments.

Here's what we've learned in the past 24 hours:

Advertisement
  1. A group clashed with Baltimore Police in Mondawmin Monday afternoon after police said police were investigating threats against officers.
  2. Freddie Gray's funeral is today. President Obama is sending representatives to attend.
  3. Al Sharpton will visit Baltimore and is planning a march to D.C.
  4. Gray's viewing was held Sunday, with family, friends and city officials in attendance.
  5. A pro-police rally, planned before Freddie Gray's death, was held in Annapolis Sunday.
  6. In an internal email, Police Commissioner Anthony Batts praised officers for their handling of Saturday's protest, calling them "scary good."
  7. Police made 35 arrests in connection with Saturday's protests.
  8. Orioles VP John Angelos said baseball was "irrelevant" compared to the unrest going on outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards Saturday. Attendees of the game were locked in at one point, kept from leaving the stadium late in the game as demonstrations grew violent downtown.
  9. Rep. Elijah Cummings said the protests could have been much worse.
  10. Sunday's March for the Animals was postponed in light of Saturday's protests.
  11. Downtown businesses are cleaning up Sunday after protests grew violent Saturday nightCars were damaged. An officer was injured. The nature of the protests prompted one downtown organization to order a shelter in place.
  12. The Sun examined what happened during Freddie Gray's arrest.

Here's a look at five questions that remain in the case.

Full coverage |  Live blog  |  Photos  |  Timeline  |  Top Stories  

Recommended on Baltimore Sun

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement