Linthicum Waives Bail Review, Will Remain In Jail Until March

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Baltimore County District Court in Towson. (Credit: Google/ Google Maps)

The Baltimore County man who, according to police, shot two Baltimore County officers and caused a nearly two-day manhunt has declined bail and will remain in jail until March.

David Emory Linthicum, a 24-year-old from Cockeysville, waived his bail review hearing in Baltimore County District Court on Monday afternoon.

Linthicum faces a litany of charges, including attempted murder, first-degree assault, carjacking, use of a firearm in a violent crime, and possession of a loaded handgun.

His attorney, public defender Deborah Katz Levi, released a statement calling for a “fair and just” process.

“As the media initially reported, this began as a response to a person in crisis,” Linthicum’s attorney said in a statement. “We are hopeful that this process will be fair and just, as this is a situation that requires ultimate compassion for all who are involved.”

According to court records, a preliminary hearing in Linthicum’s case is set for March 10.

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