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A Baltimore resident sits on the curb while riot police stand guard near the CVS pharmacy that was set on fire during rioting after the funeral of Freddie Gray on April 28, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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A Pittsburgh radio station has suspended a disc jockey over his online posting about the arrest record of a Baltimore man whose fatal injury in police custody led to rioting.

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Officials at FM station WAMO 100 said Wednesday (April 29) the posting by Mike Jax was "too controversial" and partly inaccurate. They say listeners complained and some threatened to harm Jax, whose real name is Mike Jackson.

Jax has been suspended for at least two weeks.

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He posted on Instagram a list of criminal charges he said Freddie Gray had faced in recent years and the comment, "He was pretty busy before he was unjustly killed at the hands of Baltimore PD. #prayforbaltimore."

Jax apologized online. He says he wasn't trying to justify Gray's death, but just the opposite.

WAMO bills itself as Pittsburgh's No. 1 choice for urban music.