Baltimore's Mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has called an end to the curfew for Baltimore's residents (which was called for the violent uprising by provocateurs). The Mayor has stated that charges for the incident within the Freddie Gray case will be targeted at 6 police officers who were involved. They are:
Officer Casear R. Goodon Jr., 45
Lt. Brian W. Rice, 41
Sgt. Alicia D. White, 30
Officer William G. Porter, 25
Officer Garrett E. Miller, 26
Officer Edward M. Nero, 29
The charges brought against these officers may lead to decades in prison, charges range from involuntary manslaughter (Goodon Jr., Rice, White, Porter), to second degree assault for all personnel involved.
Depending on how things go within the coming trial, we will likely see more evidence in the case and possibly more footage on the situation. It will be unlikely that these officers will be convicted as generally the police are favored by state legislators, and the court system, but this is an assumption. All eyes and ears are open for this case, let's hope that this becomes a lesson for any officer that deems violence is more preferred than calm reason.