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    This year, we "spring forward" to Daylight Saving Time at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 8.
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Just before 3 a.m. this morning, Baltimore County Police responded to the Catonsville Pharmacy in the 6300 block of Frederick Road 21228 for a report of a burglary. Officers obtained suspect, and suspect vehicle information, and broadcast it to other officers in the area.

At approximately 3:30 a.m., Pikesville Precinct officers observed the suspect vehicle in front of the Woodmoor Pharmacy in the 7000 block of Liberty Road 21207. When officers approached the vehicle, it fled the scene. Officers pursued the suspect vehicle to the area of Franklintown Road and Winans Way in Baltimore City where the vehicle rammed a police vehicle, lost control, and hit a guard rail. Three suspects exited the vehicle and fled the scene but were later caught by police.

Due to the sensitive nature of the on-going investigation, no further information (including suspect and suspect vehicle descriptions) can be released at this time.

Baltimore County Police have charged a suspect in connection with two burglaries in the Catonsville area.

Jonathan Martin Eppard (24) of the 700 block of Edmonson Avenue 21228 has been charged with two counts of second degree burglary and related charges. He was released on $7,500 bail.

On February 19, a burglary of a shed was reported in the Unit block of Winters Lane 21228. Taken during that incident were five chainsaws. On February 23, a burglary of a shed was reported in the 400 block of Hilton Avenue 21228. Power tools were taken during that incident.

During the investigation into these incidents, detectives identified Eppard as the suspect and recovered property items that would normally be kept in a shed. The rightful owners of many of the property items recovered are unknown.

Burglary detectives believe that some of the owners of the recovered property may not even know that the property is missing. They are asking anyone who may have been the victim of a recent shed burglary in the Catonsville area to call them at 410-887-6296.

Booking photograph for Jonathan Martin Eppard

Baltimore County firefighters remind residents to check the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when Daylight Saving Time returns this Sunday, March 8.

Firefighters across the nation suggest that residents check alarm batteries twice a year – in the spring and fall, at the same time we reset our clocks. This year, we "spring forward" to Daylight Saving Time at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 8.

Smoke alarms are the single most important means of preventing house and apartment fire death. They provide an early warning signal if there is a fire so you can escape. Most hardware and home supply stores carry them.

Deadly Odorless Gas

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a deadly odorless, invisible gas produced by fuel-burning appliances. High levels of CO can kill within hours. CO detectors sound an alarm when levels of the gas rise so you can get out of the house, call 911 and discover the source of the problem – before someone becomes ill. Every home should be equipped with CO detectors.

For detailed information, see the Baltimore County Fire Department's fact sheets on their web site under Fire and Life Safety.

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