Sgt. Alicia White, 30, is the second-highest-ranking officer involved in the Gray case, having been promoted to sergeant in January. She joined the Police Department in 2010 and earned $57,797 in 2014.
White met the van at its last stop at 1600 W. North Ave. before the final drive to the Western District police station. She was responsible for investigating two citizen complaints against Gray's arrest. She tried to speak to Gray in the van and when he didn't respond, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said, White "did nothing further despite the fact she needed a medic." White made no effort to further examine his condition or call anyone, according to Mosby.
At the Western District police station, White and two other officers unloaded Gray. By that time, he had stopped breathing.
Relatives and neighbors could not be reached for comment.
Charge: Involuntary manslaughter (up to 10 years)
Charge: Second-degree assault (up to 10 years)
Charge: Misconduct in office (no term listed)
Profile: Officer Caesar Goodson
Profile: Officer Edward Nero
Profile: Officer William Porter
Profile: Officer Garrett Miller
Profile: Lieutenant Brian Rice