Officers Suspended Via CNN: 'Officer, Lt. Brian Rice, 41, who joined the department in 1997; Officer Caesar Goodson, 45, who joined in 1999; Sgt. Alicia White, 30, who joined in 2010; Officer William Porter, 25, who joined in 2012; Officer Garrett Miller, 26, who joined in 2012; and Officer Edward Nero, 29, who joined in 2012.' Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said, "Authorities plan to conclude their investigation by May 1. Their findings will go to the state's attorney's office, where prosecutors will decide whether charges should be filed." Attempting to stay out of trouble, Gray ran when he noticed police presence. He didn't do anything to the officers to warrant a chase, but he was chased because running automatically means one is guilty of something now a days. The Baltimore police department alleged in court documents that officer Garrett Miller arrested Gray after finding a switchblade in his pocket. The problem is, police never saw the knife and chased Gray only after he ran from them and that Gray "fled unprovoked upon noticing police presence" according to the family attorney. If he did not cause a problem and just ran as a normal citizen to exclude himself from an environment that he knew would have brought more trouble into his life, why the chase, is one of the many unanswered question. The Gray Family attorney told CNN, that the allegations about the pocketknife are a "sideshow." and that Gray was carrying a "pocket knife of legal size."
Document shows that, "The officer noticed a knife clipped to the inside of Gray front right pants pocket. The defendant was arrested without force or incident," the documents say. "The knife was recovered by this officer and found to be a spring assisted, one-hand-operated knife." Maryland law makes it illegal to "wear or carry a dangerous weapon of any kind concealed on or about the person," including switchblades. What we don't know: It's not clear that simply having a knife is a crime, said Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. "It is not necessarily probable cause to chase someone. So, we still have questions," she said.
Timeline: 8:54 a.m. Gray is conscious and talking. 9:24 a.m., Gray requested an inhaler and medical attention and the police called an ambulance, that took him to the University of Maryland Medical Center's Shock Trauma Center. No one knows what happened between 8:54 a.m. and 9:24