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Police Commissioner Anthony Batts

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Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts held a press conference Thursday to announce the findings of the Freddie Gray investigation were handed over Thursday morning to the Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, a day early. Over 30 detectives worked full-time on this case.

New information was made public that was previously unknown by investigators. That new information included that an extra stop was made by the police wagon at location that was not previously reported. That information was discovered via camera footage from a private camera.

Police Commissioner Anthony Batts assured the media that State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is dedicated to getting justice in this case. “This does not mean that the investigation is over,” Commissioner Batts repeated. Commissioner Batts promised every lead will be investigated.

Stay tuned for the latest on this developing story. Click here to see video of the press conference. 

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