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Gwynn Oak man, connected to Baltimore County gun shop burglary, sentenced to 7.5 years in prison on day of SAFE Act vote

A Gwynn Oak man, connected to a January 2019 burglary of a Halethorpe gun shop, has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release. The sentence was announced one year to the day of the burglary, and on the day the Baltimore County Council will vote on the Secure All Firearms Effectively (SAFE) Act.which seeks to require stricter security measures for Baltimore County gun shop owners and gun shows

Resolution to Change Baltimore County Council’s Work Session Times for Better Public Participation to be Introduced on Tuesday

"The residents of Baltimore County deserve to have their voice heard in their local government, and we have a responsibility to ensure we are providing as many opportunities for public input as possible. By moving work sessions to the evening, more working families and individuals can participate in this important process," said Councilman Izzy Patoka.

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