Baltimore Freddie Gray Protest Weekend Summary — May 3, 2015

The mystery into the death of Freddie Gray grew more complex as several new reports focus on what might have happened during a roughly 40-minute ride.

As the 10 p.m. curfew went into effect police have detained one man in Baltimore. The handcuffed man had been pepper-sprayed and police were pouring water into the man’s eyes to try to ease the effects of the spray.

Police in Baltimore, Maryland, arrested a handful of protesters Saturday night for violating an evening curfew put in place after demonstrations over police brutality led to rioting and looting earlier in the week.

Police: “Move, move, move” Police made a number of arrests in Baltimore late Friday, minutes after a nighttime curfew instituted earlier in the week took effect again.

“Speaking on Freddie Gray’s death” Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby sits down with Don Lemon for a conversation detailing her office’s investigation of the Freddie Gray case.

“Challenges of her job” Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby sits down with Don Lemon for a candid conversation detailing the various challenges of her job.

NBA legend Charles Barkley discusses the relationship between police and the black community with CNN’s Rachel Nichols.

Maryland State Senator Catherine Pugh speaks to protesters at a large rally in Baltimore.

Demonstrators who marched toward Baltimore’s City Hall on Saturday held a moment of silence at a city intersection for Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died after being seriously injured while in police custody last month.

The stepfather of Freddie Gray says the family is satisfied with prosecutors charging six police officers involved in Gray’s arrest.

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