Timonium Sky Zone Shooting: Suspect Arrested, Held Without Bond


The report's key finding: Baltimore County Detectives were not directly in the path of a fleeing SUV when Detective Jonathan Trenary fatally shot the driver.(Image Credit: Elizabeth Janney/ Patch)

TOWSON - Baltimore County Police have arrested a suspect in connection to the fatal shooting at the Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Timonium on Saturday.

According to police, 30-year-old Quinton Walker from Colorado has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with to shooting. Walker is currently being held in the Baltimore County Detention Center without bond, with his first court appearance scheduled for September 8th.

Details about the incident remain limited, but police have clarified that the shooting occurred around 7:00 p.m. just inside the entrance of the popular family venue. Although the motive remains unclear, authorities confirmed that Walker and the victim were acquainted.

The shooting, which occurred with children present at the facility, has left the usually quiet community in shock. Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski expressed his dismay and praised the Baltimore County Police Department for its swift action.

"This act of gun violence, occurring in a place meant for family enjoyment, is both shocking and horrifying. We are immensely relieved that no children were harmed during this devastating event. I commend the Baltimore County Police Department for their rapid action in apprehending the suspect," Olszewski said.

The police are actively seeking witnesses or anyone with relevant information about the incident. Individuals with information should contact detectives at 410-307-2020.

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