The Baltimore police officers union is asking State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby to appoint a special independent prosecutor for the Freddie Gray death investigation.
Fraternal Order of Police local president Gene Ryan told Mosby in a letter Friday that the union is concerned about her ties to Gray family attorney Billy Murphy.
Murphy was among Mosby's biggest campaign contributors last year, donating the maximum individual amount allowed, $4,000, in June. He was also on Mosby's transition team after the election.
The union says none of the six officers suspended in the investigation is responsible for Gray's death. The 25-year-old black man died one week after suffering a severe spinal cord injury in police custody.
The state medical examiner's office says it has sent the autopsy report on Freddie Gray to prosecutors.
Officials made the announcement Friday morning. The report is now in the hands of State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Spokesman Bruce Goldfarb says the Office of the Chief State Medical Examiner will not release the report publicly while the case is under investigation.
Freddie Gray who died April 19 of spinal injuries he suffered while in police custody.
Baltimore police say they are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found in a tractor-trailer cab parked less than a block from the scene of nightly protests over Freddie Gray's death.
Spokesman Sgt. Jarron Jackson said late Thursday that police do not believe the death is connected to the protests.
Jackson said a man's body was found Thursday night inside the truck's cab
There was no trailer with the cab, which has the name Earl L. Henderson Trucking Co. Salem, Illinois. The truck is parked in front of a Baltimore social services building, less than a block from where many of the protests have taken place.