Maryland Mall Shootings – Gunman Arrested
Thursday, a Federal Protective Service officer went off the rails and shot his wife outside of a High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland. His credentials and badge were taken and he was placed on administrative leave after a previous restraining order was filed against him. He was arrested in Aspen Hill, MD without incident Friday after an intense manhunt.
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Thursday, Prince George’s County, Beltsville, Maryland
Eulalio Tordil, 62, shot his wife yesterday as she sat in her car at High Point High School while waiting for her children. A bystander who attempted to intervene was injured.
Friday morning, Westfield Montgomery Mall, Bethesda
Today’s incidents occurred at Bethesda’s Westfield Mall at around 11:15 a.m. and in front of a supermarket in Aspen Hill. Two men and a woman were shot at the mall. One man died, the other was in critical condition and later died. The woman was expected to survive.
Two males, one female, victims in today’s incidents.
Less than an hour later, another woman was killed outside of a Giant grocery store about 10 miles away.
Initially, one person was shot outside Westfield Montgomery Mall after some kind of confrontation, Montgomery County Assistant Police Chief Darryl McSwain said. He added that two others were shot after they rushed to the first person’s aid. Paramedics rushed the three people shot — two men and one woman — to nearby Surburban Hospital, which went on lockdown.
One of the men died in the hospital. The other man was in critical condition, and police said they expected the woman who was shot to survive.
The shooting near the Giant Food supermarket in Aspen Hill left one woman dead Friday morning.
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Shooting at Maryland mall leaves 3 people in critical condition: https://t.co/4JrmzOW5wp
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