The Baltimore cops charged in the death of Freddie Grey have bails set lower than a teenager who turned himself in for rioting over the death, court records reviewed by Business Insider have revealed.
The bail for 18-year-old Allen Bullock — who turned himself in for rioting over Grey’s death — has been set at $US500,000.
Meanwhile, Officer Caesar Goodson, whose most serious charge is second-degree murder, has a bail set at $US350,000.
The other charges faced by the Goodson include manslaughter, second-degree assault, two vehicular manslaughter charges, and misconduct in office.
Sergeant Alicia White faces charges of involuntary manslaughter, second-degree assault, and misconduct in office. Her bail has been set at $US350,000, and officer Brian Rice had his bail set at the same amount.
Edward Nero was charged with second-degree assault and misconduct in office, while William Porter was charged with involuntary manslaughter, second-degree assault and misconduct in office, according to the Baltimore Sun. Both bails were set at $US250,000.
Officer Garrett Miller faces charges of second-degree assault, misconduct in office, and false imprisonment. His bail has been set as $US250,000.
Bullock, on the other hand, faces eight charges ranging from rioting and malicious destruction of property to rogue and vagabond, disorderly conduct and theft of less than $US100.
Not a single charge Bullock faces is in connection with the death of an individual.
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