Demonstrators march through Times Square during a protest held in solidarity with demonstrators in Baltimore, April 29, 2015, New York. AFP/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez
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Baltimore police have completed their investigation into the death of a black man who suffered a spinal injury in police custody and turned over their findings to prosecutors – one day earlier than the department's self-imposed deadline, the commissioner said Thursday morning.Authorities have said the Maryland state's attorney's office will review the new information from Baltimore police, consider charges and decide how to move forward in the death of Gray, who was stopped by police April 12 .Batts also said police would continue to work on the case at the direction of the state's attorney.Davis said Thursday that police discovered a new stop the van made with Gray in it, but they did not say what happened.At a later stop at the tail end of Gray's ride, police put another man in the van.
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