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Nearly a week after the last big update, there was some action in the legal case of Freddie Gray’s death on Thursday. Here’s what we learned:
- Baltimore Police delivered the results of the investigation into Gray’s death to State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s office. Mosby will ultimately decide whether to bring criminal charges against police in the case. Officials didn’t release information about what the investigation turned up. With the State’s Attorney’s office conducting its own investigation, this is just a step in the process rather than the end. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake asked that everyone “remain patient and vigilant on this path to justice.”
- The transport van made an additional stop. In addition to the three stops en route to the Western District police station, police said the van carrying Gray made an additional stop at the corner of Fremont and Mosher Sts.
- A police document obtained by the Washington Post said the other prisoner in the van told police that Gray was “trying to injure himself.” But don’t take it as gospel. WBAL-TV’s Jayne Miller interviewed the second prisoner this afternoon. “2nd prisoner tells us he heard some banging noise for 4 secs after loaded in van carrying Freddie Gray but did not see Gray or hear him talk,” Miller tweeted.
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