Wilmington Police Department in conjunction with ATF was able to capture Radee Prince in the Newark, Delaware area near Glasgow High School.
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Police say they received a tip at around 5:30 p.m. that the 37-year-old was walking towards Glasgow High School. According to officials, ATF spotted Prince walking down the street, he took off running and threw his gun before they captured him. They were able to make an arrest around 7:00 p.m. Wednesday.
Prince was in court via video conference on Thursday in Delaware where his bail was set at over $2.1 million dollars in cash.
#BREAKING: Radee Prince bail set at $2 Million Cash. He appeared before judge via video conference & had no statement. #Edgewood #Wilmington pic.twitter.com/yq26BdtE6L
— Erick Ferris (@erick_ferris) October 19, 2017
Prince is facing multiple charges in Delaware including attempted murder first degree, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. In Maryland, Prince is facing charges of first and second-degree murder, first and second degree attempted murder, first and second-degree assault, use of firearm and felony.
Enis Mrvoljak is 1 of the 3 people police say Radee Prince killed yesterday. Friends say he was from Bosnia. Describe him as always happy pic.twitter.com/g5sAvrH55D
— Brian Kuebler (@BrianfromABC2) October 19, 2017
The prosecution says his bail is set so high because he is an 'extreme flight risk'.
When asked to speak Prince chose not to say anything.
Prince still has to come back to Maryland to face his charges in this state.
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