All six of the officers charged for their roles in Freddie Gray's arrest and death have posted bail. Yesterday, the officers were taken into custody after Gray's death was ruled a homicide. 

According to Fox 43, the bail for officers Brian RiceAlicia WhiteWilliam Porter, and Caesar Goodson was set at $350,000. Meanwhile, bail for officers Garrett Miller and Edward Nero was $250,000. The Associated Press reports that, as of last night, White was the only officer not to be released. 

Fox 43 also broke down the charges each officer faces: 

The driver of the van, Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr. received the most serious charge: second-degree depraved-heart murder, among other accusations — including manslaughter by vehicle.

Charges against the other officers varied. All are accused of misconduct and second-degree assault. Three are charged with involuntary manslaughter.

All six officers will appear in court for a preliminary hearing on May 27. 

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[via Fox 43 and Associated Press]