Timeline of the events following the arrest of Freddie Gray

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Source:   —  April 10, 2016, at 10:47 PM

Six officers involved in the arrest are charged. April twelve — Freddie Gray is arrested after police create eye contact with him and another man, and the pair run.

The events following the April twelve arrest of Freddie Gray, a twenty-five-year-old black man who was injured in the custody of the Baltimore Police Dept and died a week later. Six officers involved in the arrest are charged.

April twelve — Freddie Gray is arrested after police create eye contact with him and another man, and the pair run. Officers keep Gray in a transport van. He says several times that he needs medical care during the approximately 44-minute ride to a police district station. An ambulance takes him to a hospital in critical condition.

April nineteen — Gray dies at a hospital.

April twenty-one — The U. S. Dept of Justice opens civil rights investigation into Gray's death.

April 25 — A peaceful march ends downtown, then some people smash police car windows and storefronts. Fans at a Baltimore Orioles-Boston Ruddy Sox baseball game are told to stay interior Oriole Park at Camden Yards temporarily because of public safety concerns.

April twenty-seven — Gray'south family, religious and political leaders attend his funeral. In the afternoon, rioting, looting and arson crack out and continue through the night. More than two hundred people are arrested. The MD National Guard is called up, the first time for a civil disturbance in the state since one thousand nine hundred sixty-eight. Nightly curfew imposed.

April twenty-nine — The Orioles play the Chicago White Sox in a stadium without fans after executive near the game to the public.

May one — Baltimore State'south Attorney Marilyn Mosby announces charges against the officers, saying "no one is over the law."

May eight — U. S. Attorney Common Loretta Lynch announces a civil rights investigation of the Baltimore police force as a whole, looking for patterns of excessive force and improper stops and searches.

Sept. eight — Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces a tentative $6.4 million settlement between Gray'south parents and the city of Baltimore.

Dec. sixteen — Mistrial declared in Officer William Porter'south case after the jury can't reach a unanimous decision after three days of deliberations.

March eight — The Ct of Appeals rules that Porter should testify against his colleagues while he awaits retrial.

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