Officers "have completely cooperated with the investigation from Day 1," says lawyer
Police union compares protests to a "lynch mob"
Officers' attorney says police did not need probable cause to arrest
Five of the six officers suspended with pay after their parts in arresting Freddie Gray have provided statements to investigators, the Baltimore Police Department said Wednesday.
The department will not release personnel records or photos because doing so would violate the law, the police said in a statement.
“They have completely cooperated with the investigation from Day 1,” Michael Davey, an attorney for the officers involved, told reporters.
He defended their interactions with Gray, and said that police did not need probable cause to arrest.
“There is a Supreme Court case that states that if you are in a high-crime area, and you flee from the poli