Six Baltimore Police officers were indicted Thursday on various charges related to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, reports the Baltimore Sun.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby announced the indictments at a late-afternoon news conference at her downtown office.
The indictments came nearly three weeks after Mosby announced criminal charges against the officers. Some charges were slightly different than what Mosby announced on May 1. The grand jury review is a procedural step to move the case forward to a higher court, from District Court to Baltimore City Circuit Court.
New charges included reckless endangerment, while charges of false imprisonment were removed by the grand jury.
All six officers have been free on bail.