Suspect in Emmorton Business Park shooting identified, also suspect in Delaware shooting
12:01 PM, Oct 18, 2017
1:30 PM, Oct 19, 2017
EDGEWOOD,Md. (WMAR) - Harford County Police have identified the suspect in the Emmorton Business Park shooting and have confirmed that he is still at large.
Police say the suspect is 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince and may be found driving a 2008 Black Chevy Acadia with a Delaware tag, PC64273.
Wilmington Police Chief says Prince is also a suspect in a later shooting at a car dealership in Delaware, where he shot a man twice, once in the head. He says the victim was alert enough to tell police that Radee Prince had shot him. Delaware police spotted the suspect's vehicle leaving the scene and after a chase, they lost sight of the car.
According to the Wilmington chief, the suspect knew the person he targeted and had past history with them.
During the conference, the chief said, "This is a dangerous individual. He shot six people in one day, three are dead. This a person with no conscious."
Deputies say they responded at 8:58 a.m. after a reported shooting at Advanced Granite Solutions in the 2100 block of Emmorton Park Road.
According to Harford County Sheriff, Prince worked for Advanced Granite Solutions for the last 4 months a machine operator. They say that he was scheduled to work Wednesday and it was his last day.
During a press conference, the Harford County Sheriff said that three people died at the scene and two were taken to the hospital in critical condition. All five people shot were employees at Advanced Granite Solutions.
According to court records, in 2015 Prince was charged in Maryland with an illegal possession of a handgun. Records show that officers pulled him over for a headlight that was out and found a pistol in underneath the car's center console. The officer reported that he was loud and aggressive. The case was later dropped that May. According to Wilmington Police Chief, Prince has 15 felony convictions in Delaware.
Court records show Radee Prince was charged in Maryland before with illegal possession of handgun in 2015 but case was dismissed. pic.twitter.com/EW6vNlDOjz