"They don't care about us. They lock us up for nothing," Davon, who gives a reporter his full name but later withdraws use of his last, says. He is a larger guy in his late 20s. A little gold in the grill. Not fat but with a rounded face and wild afro. His criminal record since 2006 includes a murder charge (which was dropped), drugs, open container, failure to obey a lawful order, eluding police, carrying an illegal handgun (he was found guilty and served three years' probation), and an arrest for illegal fireworks and pesticides, for which he was also found guilty. The latest drug-possession charge is pending. He has experience with the police. But out here at the Freddie Gray protest in front of the Western District, his friends gather and tell the story of Dawan Hawkins, a friend they grew up with.