A Maryland prosecutor says all six of the Baltimore officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray are being charged in connection with his death.

The charges include second-degree murder, manslaughter and assault.

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The prosecutor announced today that Gray's death in police custody was a homicide.

She also said Gray's arrest was illegal -- and that the switchblade that was supposedly found clipped to his pants was in fact a knife that was legal.

Here's a list of the charges for the six officers who were involved in Freddie Gray's death. State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby says the officers repeatedly failed to get Gray medical treatment after his arrest and did not buckle him up inside the police transport van, contrary to a police department order. If convicted, the maximum punishment is listed after the charge.

OFFICER CAESAR R. GOODSON Jr.

  • Second-degree depraved heart murder, 30 years
  • Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years
  • Second-degree assault, 10 years
  • Gross negligent manslaughter by vehicle, 10 years
  • Criminal negligent manslaughter, 3 years
  • Misconduct in office

OFFICER WILLIAM G. PORTER

  • Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years
  • Second-degree assault, 10 years
  • Misconduct in office

LT. BRIAN W. RICE

  • Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years
  • 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years each
  • 2 counts of misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

OFFICER EDWARD M. NERO

  • 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years
  • 2 counts of misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

OFFICER GARRETT E. MILLER

  • 2 counts of second-degree assault, 10 years each
  • 2 counts of misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

SGT. ALICIA D. WHITE

  • Involuntary manslaughter, 10 years
  • Second-degree assault, 10 years
  • Misconduct in office

 

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