Freddie Gray death: Baltimore police officer found not guilty of charges

Edward Nero (left) has been cleared of all charges relating to the death of Freddie Gray (right).

A police officer has been found not guilty on all charges relating of a black man who died in custody in Baltimore.

Freddie Gray, 25, died after suffering a fatal spinal injury in April 2015, and his death sparked mass protests against police brutality across the city.

Protesters march against police brutality after Mr Gray's death. Credit: Reuters

Edward Nero, 30, had been charged with second-degree assault,reckless endangerment and two counts of misconduct in office.

He had plead not guilty to the charges.

Mr Nero is one of six police officers charged over Mr Gray's death.