In interviews with ABC News and CNN's Anderson Cooper, 16-year-old Michael Singleton recalls the moment he saw his mother coming for him at the riot.
He told ABC News,
Though he admits he was embarrassed my his mother's on-camera scolding, he insists she had good intentions.
On the day of the incident, Singleton was told to go straight home from school, but instead, he joined a riot with his friends who were protesting Freddie Gray's death at the hands of the police.
His mother, Toya Graham, caught him with a rock in his hand, poised to throw it in anger.
The single mother of six said,