A day of closure for the family of a man who died in Baltimore police custody have led to violence and a city-wide curfew in Baltimore.
FOX News Radio's Gurnal Scott with the story:
Shortly after Freddie Gray was laid to rest, there was this...
Rock throwing and looting in pockets of the city, leading police spokesman -- Officer Eric Kowalczyk to say that order would be restored.
(Kowalczyk) "We'll find the people responsible and we will put them in jail."
Pastor Jamal Bryant presided over Gray's funeral. He said he was heartbroken by the violence.
(Bryant) "This is not representational of the movement that we're a part of. This is absolutely mayhem."
Maryland's governor has declared a state of emergency.
President Obama called the mayor of Baltimore, promising federal help to bring calm to the city.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News Radio.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan spoke Tuesday on the situation in Baltimore. President Obama also addressed violence in Baltimore on Tuesday during his joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
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FOX News Radio's Rachel Sutherland has more details from Baltimore:
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is promising there will not be a repeat of violence tonight in Baltimore. The city is now in cleanup mode after scores of cars were torched and buildings burned in riots that broke out yesterday after the funeral for Freddie Gray. The city is a much calmer place this afternoon, hundreds of National Guard troops are patrolling, but there were some reports of looting this morning, followed by quick arrests. More than 200 people were arrested in yesterday's riots.
In Baltimore, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News Radio.
Violence in Baltimore started after the funeral for Freddie Gray, which has prompted the grieving family into action.
Speaking at New Shiloh Baptist Church, Gray's mother, Gloria Darden says she is appalled by the violence:
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