Freddie Gray investigation
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts announced that the Freddie Gray investigation has been turned over to the state’s attorney’s office, one day earlier that his self-imposed deadline.
A new timeline has been revealed in the Freddie Gray investigation. Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said detectives have determined that the van made a previously unknown stop, bringing the total to three before finally going to the police station.
Batts said that 30 detectives had been assigned to the Freddie Gray investigation and their “focus was this case and only this case.”
Here’s a statement from State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s office:
The State’s Attorney’s Office has in fact received the hardcopies of the Baltimore Police Department’s investigative file; however, the results of their investigation is not new to us.
We have been briefed regularly throughout their process while simultaneously conducting our own independent investigation into the death of Freddie Gray. While we have and will continue to leverage the information received by the Department, we are not relying solely on their findings but rather the facts that we have gathered and verified. We ask for the public to remain patient and peaceful and to trust the process of the justice system.