Baltimore Police handed over a report with new revelations about the death of Freddie Gray to state prosecutors on Thursday. They will decide whether or not to charge any or all of the six police officers involved in his ultimately fatal arrest. Above, police officers stood at North Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, during the ongoing protests, April 30, 2015
As another curfew took effect in Baltimore on Thursday, new information about the arrest and death of Freddie Gray have prompted more questions. On April 12, the 25-year-old Gray suffered a traumatic spinal injury -- which caused his death -- at some point during the first 30 minutes he was in the custody of police officers.
On Thursday, Washington, D.C., news outlet WJLA was briefed on the report that Baltimore police handed over to state-level prosecutors. The report found that Gray suffered the injuries in the back of a police van while he was being transported to Baltimore´s Central Booking, further narrowing the scope of the investigation.