Baltimore man faces burglary charges in Carroll

A Baltimore man is scheduled to appear in court for burglary charges stemming from a September 2017 incident.

Tyquon Kionta Garrison, 19, was indicted by a Carroll County grand jury on five counts including second-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000 on July 19. He is being held without bail, according to electronic court records.

He was listed in the intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center on Tuesday. A court date is scheduled for Oct. 11.

According to the statement of charges, Carroll County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Deer Park Cycles in Eldersburg on Sept. 4, 2017. They observed that a window pane had been removed and it appeared that entry had been made into the shop. No one was located at the scene and the building owner determined that nothing had been stolen.

Forensic processing of the scene found latent fingerprints. Maryland State Police Crime Lab analysis indicated them to be a positive match for Garrison.

Surveillance video showed three individuals wearing hooded sweatshirts attempting to enter the building. One was shown entering the shop through the window. The two remaining individuals fled almost immediately. The third re-emerged from the window shortly and fled in the same direction, according to the statement.

Damage to the door and window was estimated at $700, according to the statement.

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