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Photos: Reactions In Baltimore To News Of Charges Against 6 Officers In Freddie Gray's Death

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Residents and others in Baltimore celebrated Friday after State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby announced criminal charges against all six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody.

The charges range from second-degree murder to assault.

Citizens cheer in the streets Friday after the state's attorney's announcement. (David Goldman/AP)
Citizens cheer in the streets Friday after the state's attorney's announcement. (David Goldman/AP)
The Rev. Pamela Coleman, right, prays shortly after Mosby's announcement. (David Goldman/AP)
The Rev. Pamela Coleman, right, prays shortly after Mosby's announcement. (David Goldman/AP)
Adrian Roberson, right, celebrates after Mosby's press conference announcing charges for all six Baltimore police officers suspended in connection with Gray's death. (David Goldman/AP)
Adrian Roberson, right, celebrates after Mosby's press conference announcing charges for all six Baltimore police officers suspended in connection with Gray's death. (David Goldman/AP)
Charvae Day, right, and Renay Battle react to Mosby's announcement of criminal charges against six officers suspended in connection with Gray's death. (David Goldman/AP)
Charvae Day, right, and Renay Battle react to Mosby's announcement of criminal charges against six officers suspended in connection with Gray's death. (David Goldman/AP)
Pricilla Jackson, right, celebrates the announcement of police charges in Freddie Gray's death on Friday, holding a sign demanding political accountability. (David Goldman/AP)
Pricilla Jackson, right, celebrates the announcement of police charges in Freddie Gray's death on Friday, holding a sign demanding political accountability. (David Goldman/AP)
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