"Mr. Gray ran from the police before being taken into custody, according to Deputy Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez of the Baltimore Police Department."
An officer pursues Mr. Gray and another person. Both run south.
A police unit arrives two blocks south and radios, “I got him.”
According to the police, Mr. Gray is stopped without the use of force. An officer takes out a Taser and prepares to use it, but never does. Data downloaded from the Taser shows it was never used, Deputy Commissioner Rodriguez said.
A police van is requested. Mr. Gray asks the police for an inhaler. Full video
The driver of the van believes Mr. Gray is acting irate in the back.
The van stops so paperwork can be completed. Mr. Gray is placed in leg restraints and put back in the van.
The van is headed toward Central Booking.
The van goes to pick up the other person, who was arrested at 1600 West North Avenue. Police put him in the back of the van with Mr. Gray. The two prisoners are separated by a metal barrier. The van heads to the Western District station.
After the van arrives at the Western District station, a medic is called.NY TIMES