Freddie Gray died on Sunday after slipping into a coma
He was arrested a week earlier under murky circumstances
Freddie Gray was arrested Baltimore police on the morning of April 12 without incident, according to police.
Less than an hour after he was detained, officers transporting him called for a medic.
He subsequently slipped into a coma, dying a week after his initial arrest.
So what happened?
The events surrounding Gray’s encounter with police remain unclear.
To shed light on what happened, police released a more detailed timeline of events on Monday, and officials speaking at a news conference elaborated on specifics of the events.
“We want to clear up some of the confusions that may exist,” Baltimore Deputy Police Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez said. “We will be looking specifically at our actions from the point that we came into contact with Mr. Gray up until the time we requested medical assistance – specifically, did we miss any warnings? Should we have acted sooner? Should we have acted in any different manner?”
This is what police say occurred:
8:39:12 a.m., Sunday, April 12
At the corner of North Avenue and Mount Street in Baltimore, a police officer makes eye contact with two individuals, one of them Gray. Both individuals start running southbound as officers begin pursuing them.
One unit (officer) says “I got him