3 killed, 2 wounded in shooting at Maryland office park, authorities say


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A gunman is on the loose after shooting five people -- killing three -- at a Maryland business on Wednesday morning, authorities say.

 

Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, is believed to have shot five people at Advanced Granite Solutions at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, roughly 30 miles northeast of Baltimore, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler told reporters in a news conference.

 

The five people shot are believed to be employees of the business, and the two injured were taken to a hospital Wednesday morning, Gahler said.

 

The shooting was reported to police at 8:58 a.m. ET, and officers arrived four minutes later, Gahler said. Investigators believe Prince drove away in a 2008 black Acadia, with Delaware license plate PC064273.

 

"There's an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county. Certainly we consider him armed and dangerous," Gahler said.

 

The two injured were in critical condition at Baltimore's Shock Trauma Center, the center said on Twitter; Gahler told reporters the two were in serious condition.

 

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http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/18/us/maryland-harford-county-shooting/index.html

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The Evil Overlord

Lone wolf? 

Bet they find evidence of terrorism!

Sorry to anyone who feels the need to get all butthurt by this comment.

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boo_star

Radee Labeeb Prince?

 

That’s not a real name, right?

 

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Captured

 

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A shooting suspect who was the focus of a daylong manhunt was arrested late Wednesday, hours after he opened fire on his co-workers in Maryland, killing three and wounding two, then drove 50 miles to his home state, where he gunned down another acquaintance, police said.

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Prince then drove to a used-car dealership in Wilmington, Del., where he shot an acquaintance in the head and body, probably with the same handgun he used in Maryland, Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy said. That victim survived.
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They got him.
 

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The man believed to have killed three people in a "targeted attack" near a Maryland business and also suspected in a later shooting in Delaware was apprehended by police in Delaware Wednesday evening after a manhunt that stretched on for hours.

The suspect was identified by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince.


 

Also, looks like he was linked to a shooting in Delaware as well.

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The news just reported this guy is a walking crime wave; 42 arrests, convicted of 15 counts of burglary just in Delaware alone :s

 

Someone should have melted the cell door key on this guy years ago.

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JoseyWales

Hey, criminals are people too.. If we lock them up they will never learn from their mistakes...

 

You can't get it right if you're not out perfecting your craft. At 50, he just might have made it.. Ya neva know.. 43 and counting.

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The real problem is there are  states,and judges, which retain the notion you can reform  career criminals. Nope - if they're on the career track it's time to just throw away the key.

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Just one of the 13 mass shootings in the US in the 18 days since Las Vegas, which has claimed 17 lives, and injured 40 people. Nothing so see here. :no:

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1 minute ago, Slugsie said:

Just one of the 13 mass shootings in the US in the 18 days since Las Vegas, which has claimed 17 lives, and injured 40 people. Nothing so see here. :no:

"Business as usual"

 

It's incredible that 'murcans just accept this as the facts of life. I thought the Wild West days were long gone, apparently not, they still have that same pew pew mentality.

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