Hogan declares emergency, activates Guard

At least 15 officers were injured as crowds of young people protesting the police treatment of Freddie Gray moved south through the city, setting fire to vehicles and at least one store.

Hundreds gather to memorialize Freddie Gray

The funeral drew people from his neighborhood and hundreds of others who had never met him but said they were outraged at his death.

A CVS is on fire after being looted. (EPA)

  • A CVS is on fire after being looted.
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  • A demonstrator jumps on a police car.
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  • A man throws an object at officers.
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  • Police officers carry an injured comrade.
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  • A man carries items from a store.
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  • Firefighters put out a flaming police car.
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  • Officers arrest a man.
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  • Youths throw rocks at police.
  • (Reuters)
  • People run from tear gas.
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