Investigation completed into 6 officers behind Freddie Gray's death
BALTIMORE (WBFF) - The administrative review of the six Baltimore police officers involved in the custody death of Freddie Gray is done. A copy of the results has been delivered to the Baltimore Police Department.
The Montgomery County Police Department, with assistance from Howard County Police, conducted the investigation to avoid conflicts of interest.
The results have been turned over to Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis.
Baltimore city council members, including Brandon Scott, are now learning the review is done.
"I don't have a crystal ball to see exactly what it's going to say," said Scott. "Only thing I wish for is that we can hope to get the truth."
Gray died in April 2015, a week after his neck was broken in the back of a police van.
Six officers were charged in connection with Gray's death. Three of the officers were acquitted at trial. Prosecutors dropped the remaining cases.
The results of the administrative investigation are not being released to the public. A police spokesman said the results are considered personnel records.