Baltimore police have arrested a suspect in connection with the shooting death of a volunteer firefighter inside his apartment.
Detectives were able to identify Green as a suspect and obtain an arrest warrant, police said.
Firehouse.com reported that Hickey had been a firefighter with several agencies in the Baltimore area and was supposed to begin training at the Baltimore City fire academy this month.
Green was taken to Central Booking, where he has been charged with first-degree murder.
Hickey's girlfriend called officers to check on him.
Ex-policeman faces 20 years in prison for Scott slaying
Both sides wept in court today when Scott's mother looked the former officer in the eye and told him she forgave him. On April 4, 2015, Slager stopped the auto Scott was driving in North Charleston for a broken rear brake light.
Officers were called to 31-year-old Jon Hickey's home in in the 1800 block of E. Pratt St on November 30.
Hickey had been living in his Upper Fells Point home for about five years.
Hickey was found fatally shot last week in his Baltimore apartment by police conducting a well-being check.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for funeral expenses.
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