By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore man is charged with first-degree attempted murder for shooting a maintenance worker in northeast Baltimore last month, police said.

Officers responded on the afternoon of August 13 to an apartment on the 1500 block of East 36 Street, where they found a 64-year-old maintenance worker suffering from gunshot wounds to the lower extremities.

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Other maintenance workers directed officers to the apartment of 41-year-old Tionn Antonio Casey.

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Police learned the worker made a maintenance visit to Casey’s apartment. Police said Casey, armed with a handgun, demanded the worker leave the apartment.

As the worker attempted to leave the apartment, Casey shot the victim, police said. Casey remained in the apartment until police arrived. He was arrested without incident.

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Casey is currently being held without bail at Central Booking.

CBS Baltimore Staff