Thursday, May 21, 2015

Baltimore Police Officers Indicted

Indictment announced today, of Grand Jury- Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced upgraded charges for the six people indicted in relation to the death of Freddie Gray.

There have been 17 shootings in the past 2 days, and an upswing in violent crime since the riot.  The Baltimore Police have denied any pull back.  There have been 14 shootings in the last 24 hours.

Asian-American businesses claim to be specifically targeted in Baltimore. 
  • Officer Caesar Goodson Jr.: Second-degree depraved heart murder, involuntary manslaughter, second-degree negligent assault, manslaughter by vehicle and gross negligence, manslaughter by vehicle criminal negligence, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner, reckless endangerment

  • Officer William Porter: Involuntary manslaughter, second-degree negligent assault, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner, reckless endangerment

  • Lt. Brian Rice: Involuntary manslaughter, second-degree negligent assault, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner and an illegal arrest, reckless endangerment

  • Officer Edward Nero: Second-degree intentional assault, misconduct in office for an illegal arrest, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner, reckless endangerment

  • Officer Garret Miller: Second-degree intentional assault, misconduct in office for an illegal arrest, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner, reckless endangerment

  • Sgt. Alicia White: Involuntary manslaughter, second-degree negligent assault, misconduct in office for failure to perform a duty regarding safety of a prisoner, reckless endangerment

3 comments:

Sarah Highcove said...

OT, Peter the Duggars are all over the news today would really be interested in hearing analysis of their response:

http://www.people.com/article/josh-duggar-molestation-accusations-duggars-respond?xid=socialflow_facebook_peoplemag

Peter Hyatt said...

Sarah,
I am not familiar with the show but just read the news. He admitted it.

I avoid reality tv!

:)

Peter

Sarah Highcove said...

Yes, he did it...I was more interested in the apology structure and how he really felt about those he victimized. I completely understand why you wouldn't want to touch this story given how tawdry it has become already!