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Originally seen on NewsOne.com

State’s Attorney for Baltimore, Marilyn Mosby, announced Thursday, May 21 that a grand jury has returned indictments on Garrett Miller, Alicia White, Edward Nero, Caesar Goodson Jr., Brian Rice and William Porter, the six officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.

The grand jury indicted Goodson, the van’s driver, with the harsher charges: second degree depraved heart murder; involuntary manslaughter; second degree assault; manslaughter by vehicle, gross negligence; manslaughter by vehicle, criminal negligence; misconduct in office and reckless endangerment.

The other officers were charged as follows:

Officer Garrett E. Miller:

1) Assault/second degree (10 years)

2) Assault/second degree (10 years)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

5) False Imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

Sgt. Alicia D. White:

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 years)

2) Assault/second degree (10 years)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Officer Caesar R. Goodson, Jr.:

1) Second degree depraved heart murder (30 years)

2) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 years)

3) Assault/second degree (10 years)

4) Manslaughter by vehicle (gross negligence) (10 years)

5) Manslaughter by vehicle (criminal negligence) (3 years)

6) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Officer William G. Porter:

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 years)

2) Assault/second degree (10 years)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

Lt. Brian W. Rice:

1) Manslaughter (involuntary) (10 years)

2) Assault/second degree (10 years)

3) Assault/second degree (10 years)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

5) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

6) False Imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

Officer Edward M. Nero:

1) Assault/second degree (10 years)

2) Assault/second degree (10 years)

3) Misconduct in office (8th Amendement*)

4) Misconduct in office (8th Amendment*)

5) False Imprisonment (8th Amendment*)

*Any sentence that does not constitute cruel & unusual punishment.

Gray, 25, died in April a week after he was arrested, shackled, and placed in a van unrestrained by the officers. An autopsy revealed the Baltimore native died from a severe spinal cord injury.

The officers will be arraigned July 2.

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