Questions remain about exchange between prosecutor, lead detective in Gray investigation
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- As the Freddie Gray case ends, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is taking aim at the police who investigated it.
Mosby has accused the case's lead investigator, Baltimore Police Detective Dawnyell Taylor, of hindering the investigation.
In her announcement about the dropped charges against the remaining officers in the Freddie Gray death case, Mosby mentioned "lead detectives that were completely uncooperative and started a counter-investigation to disprove the State's case by not executing search warrants pertaining to text messages among the police officers in the case."
FOX45 obtained text messages between Taylor and prosecutor Janice Bledsoe. During one of the conversations between the two, Taylor brought up a tip that was called in regarding previous injuries Freddie Gray may have sustained at the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
In the texts, Bledsoe does not come across as interested. The notes and text messages obtained by FOX45 Crime & Justice reporter Joy Lepola span a period four months.