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Court of Special Appeals to hear Daniel Greene case in January

Greene accused of killing a volunteer firefighter
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Posted at 11:36 AM, Dec 10, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-10 11:36:01-05

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals will hear arguments in the Daniel Greene case on January 7, 2019.

Greene, a former Prince George's County firefighter, is accused of killing Jon Hickey, a Baltimore County volunteer firefighter. Hickey was found dead in his Upper Fells Point apartment on November 30, 2017.

In August, a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge granted defense attorney Warren Brown's motion to suppress key evidence in the case. The video is of Hickey's then girlfriend and Greene's ex-girlfriend identifying Greene as the man seen in surveillance video leaving Hickey's apartment.

READ MORE: Judge approves motion to suppress key evidence in murder of Baltimore Co. firefighter

Brown argued the evidence was unreliable because police detectives were suggestive during the identification process.

Hickey's family didn't agree with the ruling, saying Hickey's girlfriend identified Greene without detective's help.

READ MORE: Wife in alleged love triangle says her husband didn't kill a volunteer firefighter

The Baltimore City State's Attorney appealed the decision. Arguments are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. in court room 1.