Prosecutors have officially dropped all charges filed against remaining police officers in indicted in the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray on Wednesday morning.
According to the Baltimore Sun, charges were dropped against Officers Garrett Miller, William Porter, and Alicia White means there will be no convictions against the officers charged with Gray’s death. Officers Edward Nero, Caesar Goodson, and Lieutenant Brian Rice, who face charges for Gray’s death in the past three months were acquitted by Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams.
The Baltimore Sun also reports that the on Wednesday morning during a court session which was meant to be the start of Miller’s trial, Chief Deputy State’s Attorney Michael Schatzow told Judge Williams that charges against Miller and the other two officers would be dropped.
Porter and White were scheduled to begin their trials once Miller’s trial ended.
Obviously, those trials are no longer happening as well.