Have you seen this dog?
“Chauncey” was lost at Honeygo Run Regional Park in Perry Hall on Sunday evening, according to Reddit.
The dog is a tan colored terrier weighing between 10 and 15 pounds.
Anyone who may find the dog can private message Reddit user mglassman or call 410-236-6886.
UPDATE 2: The suspect has been identified as Charles J. Muchanic (pictured), 43, of Gladstone, VA. He has been charged with one count of trespassing. Muchanic was released from the Baltimore County Detention Center on $7,500 bond.
UPDATE: The suspect is now in custody. He will be sent for evaluation. The individual was not armed. Charges are pending.
Original story below…
A barricade situation is unfolding near Parkville at this hour.
At just after 11 a.m., police units responded to the Maryland National Guard building in the 10900 block of Notchcliff Road in Carney/Glen Arm for a report of a barricaded subject.
A male subject has barricaded himself inside.
There are no injuries to report at this hour.
Police are said to be staging at Harford and Cub Hill Roads.
Motorists should avoid the area.
A unit from the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company assisted Baltimore County police with today’s effort.
[Image via Geo’s Balt Co Fire Alerts]
Angel Park, the new all-inclusive playground being built in Perry Hall, will be hosting Community Build days, in which the community can participate in constructing the park.
The Angel Park Community Build will be held from July 8th through July 18th.
Those interested in participating can sign up here.
The deadline to purchase Angel Park pavers and pickets has also been extended to May 8th.
Pavers cost $100 and can be purchased here.
Pickets cost $50 and can be purchased here.
Angel Park began from an idea that came to Kelli and Andy Szczybor after the loss of their baby boy, Ryan. The park will incorporate the designs and ideas of local children and artists.
The Baltimore County Monument Commission will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Sunday, May 29, to mark construction of a new memorial being built to honor those Baltimore County residents who served in Operation Desert Storm, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The monument is being constructed this summer on the grounds of the Baltimore County Historic Courthouse near Pennsylvania Avenue in Towson, according to Baltimore County Councilman David Marks.
The groundbreaking ceremony will start immediately after the Memorial Day Ceremony at the adjacent Vietnam Veterans monument. The groundbreaking will occur around 2 p.m.
A ribbon-cutting is scheduled for Saturday, November 5 at 11 a.m.