BALTIMORE (AP) An lawyer for 2 Baltimore cops says they’ve agreed to be disciplined for his or her roles within the arrest of Freddie Grey, a younger black man who died in custody.
Michael Davey, an lawyer for the Baltimore police union, says Garrett Miller and Edward Nero do not consider they violated any insurance policies or procedures, however accepted the disciplinary settlement with a view to “transfer on.” Neither Davey nor a police spokesman would say how they might be disciplined.
Nero and Miller have been amongst six officers charged in Grey’s dying in 2015. The 25-yr-previous man died after his neck was damaged behind a transport wagon whereas he was handcuffed however left unrestrained by a seat belt. Three officers have been acquitted at trial, and instances towards the others have been dropped.