Six Baltimore officers were suspended Monday in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old man who was critically injured while in police custody. Gray was arrested "without force or incident," according to the charging document, but suffered a medical emergency during the transport and was later taken to Shock Trauma where he died Sunday. The document did not explain the emergency or how it was caused. Gray suffered a severe spinal cord injury, according to his family's lawyer and Baltimore Deputy Police Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez. The department has commissioned a task force to investigate while Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said he is ordering new procedures for the transport of prisoners.