Baltimore Cop Charged in Freddie Gray Case Eager to Return to the Streets

One of the six Baltimore cops charged in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray, and the first to speak publicly, says she's eager to resume her duties and serve the city where she was born and raised.
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The reverence and optics that stirred addiction and if the mum at his mom and pop and it could read and the State's attorney was reading the charges. On the steps of the war memorial on national television so at least a white and when she got to your name. And read the charges that were against you. What was your reaction. So blind side it you know I didn't see that common at all. Was devastate it. A dentist at a crime. You know. It was all I was a hot hot notice while. In her first televised interview on the issue white is breaking her silence to tell her story. The first of six officers accused in the death pretty gray go on the record. While the charges in the pretty great case have been dropped. In internal probe still prevents her from telling us what she saw at stopped five on April 12 2015. What she did to help gray at stop sixth. A man she says she didn't know working just her third month of the newly minted sergeant in the western district. News. But a fairly she says she prayed for as she watched them struggle with loss. And its cities. The ball hard rock. Here and there's no longer. I thought yeah pat yeah. That lawless you know the loss of his life. The law also seen properties destroy. That hurt. You know exit to have to watch that. What to see it unravel. It is decent closely connected to right exactly because I guess that this is. These it's not like come from somewhere else and came to bullets or loses home. Alicia white was born and raised in northwest bomb. But worships here on north Carey street in the western district. Your blocks from where Freddie gray was arrested where his legacy still loom. On murals on vacant and on her faith in this mug shot the picture that through the last year and a half has come to define her public image. I news even seen it myself that that wasn't well lies. You know in Hammond sent walk in people look at action in seagate that's where you lot I knew. That wasn't me. That I'm not I'm not that office and then was. Seen on TV now even in walk in. The streets you know while I was in this area I think if you headaches people they knew me they was say that wasn't an office. The last eighteen months took extol on white physically and emotionally. Charged with a felony she wasn't getting paid for more than a year and stress do you weld a career and life she felt she was just started out of this. Affect your personal. To. It was a lot. What the responsibilities. That I may have hey it and no longer could do those things so I had to depend on my family a lot for financial support. I don't I was currently engaged and my engagement is and it won't let. That was how I so I was emotionally. High thing for the issue. Still Alicia white means I have faith and her desire disorder. Absolved from any criminality green's death she's now eagerly waiting for the green light from the police department. To serve again. That doesn't deter me from what I signed up went 2010. Is about. Protection and service and being able to give it to that like I say I'm from bullet similar so is this is. Hall infamy so to be able to continue to help serve the community of which I grew up in that's important. White says it is her job it is her calling. Going back to being a cop was always what she hoped was on the other side of this tumultuous process steadfast in her innocence. Hoping for the chance to clear her name from a charge so publicly level. By the Baltimore State's attorney. Everyone at the end of day has a job today and at their particularly gay and she stood on the war memorial nurse she headed job today. Those decisions that she came out went to something as she has you know lived with.

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