But trying to police who cops can associate with on their off hours isn't Commissioner Davis' big problem here. It's that the six Freddie Gray officers are — no doubt to his chagrin — failing to simply disappear. We can't imagine, under the circumstances, that they will ever return to patrolling the streets of Baltimore, but they're still out there, collecting paychecks from the city, while internal investigations drag on. The fact that three of them were feted so shamefully only serves as a reminder that, nearly 18 months after Freddie Gray died and two months after Ms. Mosby dropped all charges against the officers, the police department has failed to determine whether they should face any discipline. What more they could be investigating, at this point, we can't fathom.