Baltimore police have made an arrest at the protest that began this morning before the Freddie Gray hearing.
According to the police department’s Facebook page, protestors were asked to move out of the road. Most did. One person was arrested. The department’s Twitter account reported the same.
The protest began at the courthouse, moved to the Inner Harbor and then to Pratt and Calvert Steets during morning rush hour. Protestors told the Baltimore Sun that they plan to march to Baltimore Police Department headquarters.
Arguments before Circuit Court Judge Barry Glenn Williams to dismiss charges against the six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray began this morning. Additional motions will be made today asking for Marilyn Mosby to be taken off the case, questioning the admissibility of certain documents at the trial and seeking separate trials for the six officers.
UPDATE, 12:00 p.m.: The motions to dismiss charges against the officers and to recuse Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby have been denied by Judge Barry Glenn Williams.
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