Charges against Baltimore officers

These charges have been updated to reflect modified charges after indictment. Officer William G. Porter's trial ended in a hung jury but his retrial, which begins on Sept. 26, will be on the same charges. Officer Edward M. Nero was acquitted on all charges on May 23 and Officer Caesar R. Goodson, Jr. was acquitted on all charges on June 23.

One count, charged One count, acquitted
Second degree depraved heart murder
Second degree assault
Misconduct in office
Manslaughter (involuntary)
Manslaughter by vehicle (Gross negligence)
Manslaughter by vehicle (Criminal negligence)
Reckless endangerment
Officer Caesar R. Goodson, Jr., 46
Acquitted on all charges
Second degree depraved heart murder

Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Manslaughter (involuntary)

Manslaughter by vehicle (Gross negligence)

Manslaughter by vehicle (Criminal negligence)

Reckless endangerment

Officer William G. Porter, 26
Hung jury. Retrial on Sept. 26
Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Manslaughter (involuntary)

Reckless endangerment

Lt. Brian W. Rice, 42
Second degree assault
Misconduct in office

Manslaughter (involuntary)

Reckless endangerment

Officer Edward M. Nero, 30
Acquitted on all charges
Second degree assault
Misconduct in office
Reckless endangerment

Officer Garrett E. Miller, 27
Second degree assault
Misconduct in office
Reckless endangerment

Sgt. Alicia D. White, 31
Second degree assault

Misconduct in office

Manslaughter (involuntary)

Reckless endangerment

Events leading to Gray’s arrest and hospitalization

These are the events as announced by Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Friday, May 1, 2015.

A socio-economic gap with Baltimore's average

Gray was from the Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem Park neighborhood of Baltimore, which is in an area struggling with high unemployment, broken families, drugs and poverty. Read related article.

Baltimore

Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem

Mapping Baltimore's differences

Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem

Percent unemployed

Percent single-mother households

Percent vacant or abandoned residential property

Drug arrests since 2013 (per 1,000)

SOURCES: AP reports, Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance, Baltimore police, Baltimore State's Attorney. GRAPHIC: Christopher Ingraham, Laris Karklis, Dan Keating, Denise Lu, Ted Mellnik, John Muyskens and Gene Thorp.