A man has been found and arrested in Georgia in connection to a killing in Baltimore where a woman was found stabbed and stuffed in a bin in her backyard.
On Sept. 3, the remains of Mason Moldoven, 28, were found inside a large plastic container that was hidden in tall shrubs in the backyard of a house in the 1100 block of Gorsuch Avenue.
During the course of their investigation, homicide detectives identified Timothy Callanan, 26, as the suspect. An arrest warrant was issued charging Callanan with murder.
On Saturday, deputies from the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office arrested Callanan after a high-speed pursuit on Highway 95 in Georgia, police said.
Members of the Baltimore Police Warrant Apprehension Taskforce and the U.S. Marshals Service assisted with tracking Callanan to Georgia.
Callanan was transported to a detention facility in Georgia where he is currently waiting for extradition back to Maryland.