Retrial set after mistrial in first Freddie Gray case

BALTIMORE (WUSA9) -- A retrial has been scheduled after the mistrial of a police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray.

The retrial of Officer William Porter is set for June.

Nearly 24 hours after announcing they were deadlocked in deliberations, a mistrial was declared in the trial of Porter, one of six police officers charged in the death of Gray.

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Porter is accused of police misconduct and manslaughter for failing to secure Gray in a police van and then ignoring Gray's pleas for help - a violation of the policy that was updated just weeks before.

Gray died of a broken neck after his ride in the van. His death led to protests, rioting and a curfew after people became angry over the police treatment of Gray.

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