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Baltimore police commissioner hands over Freddie Gray investigation to state prosecutor




Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts (2nd R) speaks at a press conference regarding the death of Freddie Gray on April 30, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. It was announced that the van carrying Gray had stopped a second, previously undisclosed, time.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts (2nd R) speaks at a press conference regarding the death of Freddie Gray on April 30, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. It was announced that the van carrying Gray had stopped a second, previously undisclosed, time.
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This morning, Baltimore police announced they've turned over the results of their investigation into Freddie Gray's death to the local prosecutor.

Though the report isn't being made public, police commissioner Anthony Batts revealed the van transporting Gray made a fourth stop that wasn't known to officials.  How they learned of the stop might be telling.

Guest:

Luke Broadwater, City Hall reporter, The Baltimore Sun