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Baltimore Lifts Imposed Curfew
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Six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in Baltimore, the city's mayor lifted a citywide curfew on Sunday morning, signaling an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices. (May 3)
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More than 400 people have been arrested in Baltimore and over 100 police officers have been injured in the protests and unrest that have swept the city. Police released the statistics during a press conference on May 3.Protests started after the death of Freddie Gray a week after he suffered a critical spinal injury while in police custody. The protests turned to unrest on April 27, which triggered the implementation of a curfew and the activation of the Maryland National Guard. From April 23 through May 3, 486 people were arrested in connection to protests and gatherings, said Captain Eric Kowalczyk, police spokesman. During the enforcement of the curfew on May 2, 46 people were arrested. Since April 25, 113 police officers have been injured. Kowalczyk said he was heartened to see the peaceful protests that have prevailed in Baltimore, especially this weekend, and it shows the true nature of the community. The weekend of peaceful rallies and protests were after six police officers were charged in connection with Freddie Gray’s death on May 1. The charges include murder, manslaughter, assault and misconduct. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake lifted the curfew on May 3, the same day Governor Larry Hogan said the national guard would begin to draw down their operations in the city. Credit: YouTube/Baltimore Police
Demonstrators gathered for a day of prayer in front of Baltimore City Hall on Sunday, May 3, the same day a citywide curfew was lifted. City hall has become a focal point for protests following the death of Freddie Gray, a local man who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody. Six officers were charged on May 1 in connection with Gray’s death.Governor Larry Hogan said the Maryland National Guard would draw down its presence in Baltimore on Sunday, almost one week after peaceful protests turned to riots in the city and the guard was activated. Demonstrators clashed with police near Mondawmin Mall on April 27, with violence spilling into the North-Penn neighborhood where vehicles and buildings, including a CVS, were set on fire and businesses were looted. The Mondawmin Mall was reopened with limited hours on May 3. Credit: Instagram/Molly Phoenix
As Baltimore lifts its curfew, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan joins residents in offering prayers for peace at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Sandtown, Freddie Gray's neighborhood. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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