Listen Live Graphics (Indy)
PraiseIndy Featured Video
CLOSE
Six officers charged in Freddie Gray death

Source: Baltimore City Police Department / Handout

Freddie Gray funeral

Source: The Washington Post / Getty

A new report from the Baltimore Sun indicates that at least one Baltimore Police officer warned fellow cops that Freddie Gray was in need of medical attention prior to his death in April.

Officer William Porter’s statements are being revealed for the first time and bring new information to the surface around what happened prior to Gray’s police-custody death. According to the report, Porter informed others Gray needed care, but also wondered if he was faking injuries or being uncooperative. The report also states that Porter informed the van driver who was driving the van transporting Gray, that the city booking facility would not process Gray because he was in “medical distress.” Read the paper’s in-depth report HERE.

 

### (@PraiseIndy) ###

KimWellsMedia Headshot

kimwellsmedia 092815

Follow me on Twitter @kwellscomm.

Reach out to me with news tips, story ideas and topics for “Access Indy with Kim Wells” by email at AccessIndy@radio.fm.

#WTLCIndyNews #PraiseIndyNews praiseindy.com