Baltimore's top prosecutor is asking the public to remain "patient and peaceful" as she decides whether to file charges in the Freddie Gray case.

Baltimore police today turned over the results of their investigation to State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

In a statement, Mosby said her office will use that information and the findings of their own investigation to decide whether to prosecute any of the six officers currently suspended after Gray's death.

Mosby also urged the public to "trust the process of the justice system."

Also on Thursday, authorities in Baltimore say the police van carrying Freddie Gray made a previously unknown stop after his arrest.

Deputy Commissioner Kevin Davis said investigators only learned of the extra stop after reviewing security camera video.  Gray died from a severe spinal injury a week after his arrest.

The news comes as police turned over their internal report on the case to state prosecutors.