Porter is the first of six police officers to be tried in the death of Gray, a 25-year-old West Baltimore resident who suffered a severe spinal injury after his arrest on April 12 and died a week later. Porter and the other five officers have pleaded not guilty to a range of charges, which include manslaughter, assault and misconduct in office.
+ Det. Syreeta Teel returned to the stand Friday morning, discussing Porter's statements made to investigators days after Gray's arrest.
+ Porter's full statement, police radio from the day Gray was arrested, as well as Teel's notes from her phone call with Porter, were introduced as evidence.
+ Porter's videotaped statement was played for the jury.
+ Under cross-examination, Teel said that she considered Porter a witness, not a suspect, and did not follow protocols for interviewing a suspect for that reason.
+ Asst. Medical Examiner Dr. Carol Allan, who performed Gray's autopsy, was called to the stand. She is expected to continue testimony on Monday, when the trial resumes at 9 a.m.