The city expects to pay the sum to 130 police officers and other city employees injured on the job during riots after the death of Freddie Gray The cost of the unrest in Baltimore in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray in police custody continues to mount. The Baltimore Sun reported on Wednesday that the city expects to pay $1.7m in workers compensation payments to police officers and other city employees injured on the job during the disturbances. During the riots, which were mostly focused around one intersection in West Baltimore, 130 police officers were injured and many required hospitalization. Some apparently are still not able to return to work.
In the aftermath of the unrest, six Baltimore police officers have been charged in connection with Gray’s death. The 25-year-old Baltimore man was stopped in West Baltimore on April 12 and arrested after being found to possess a knife, which may not have been illegal.
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