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Two Police Commissioners Paint Very Different Picture of Marilyn Mosby

Contrasting statements are released in light of charges being dropped against officers in Freddie Gray case.

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​New Report Highly Critical of Police Leadership Handling of April Unrest

Review chronicles broad planning failure, unclear arrest policies, and command center confusion.

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Freddie Gray Trials: Motions to Suppress Police Officers’ Statements Denied

City Circuit Court judge also issues gag order in cases.

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Federal Agents to Embed with City Homicide Detectives

New “B-FED” task force organized to help end three-month spike in killings.

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Mayor Fires Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts

Deputy police commissioner Kevin Davis will serve as interim commissioner.

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Former Detective Not Surprised by Homicide Spike

Retired Baltimore City investigator says police ‘leery’ of aggressively pursuing arrests in wake of Freddie Gray charges.

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​Rawlings-Blake Still Has More Questions Than Answers about Freddie Gray's Death

'I still want to know why none of the officers called for immediate medical assistance.'

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​Department of Justice Announces Investigation into Freddie Gray's Death

Cummings calls for "Ferguson-type" study after Baltimore man's death a week after being taken into custody.

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