ESSEX, MD (WJZ)– Baltimore County Police say they arrested a man after he allegedly shot out several windows of the Essex courthouse and several other locations on Saturday night.

The first shooting took place around 11p.m. Saturday night in the 11000 block of Crossroads Circle when officers were called to the area for a report of shots fired.

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When officers arrived they found property damage from the shooting but the suspect had left the scene.

Just about 20 minutes later officers responded to the 8900 block of Kelso Drive for a report of a shooting.

When officers arrived at that location they found several windows of the Essex courthouse had been shot out.

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About a half an hour later at 11:54p.m. officers were alerted to the sounds of gunshots in the unit block of Nakota Court where again officers searched the area but did not locate the suspect.

Finally around 5:35a.m. on Sunday morning officers were notified of a suspicious vehicle near Dulaney Valley Road and Jarrettsville Pike.

Officers located the suspect believed to be involved in the earlier shootings inside the vehicle and crisis negotiators and other specialized personnel with the Baltimore County Police Department as well as members of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police helped to bring this morning’s incident to a peaceful resolution.

There were no injures as a result of any of the shootings.

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CBS Baltimore Staff