Delaware victim shot twice, expected to survive
EDGEWOOD, Md. (AP) - The Latest on a shooting at an office park in northeastern Maryland (all times local): 4:10 p.m. A police chief says the Maryland office park gunman had "beefs" with a man in Wilmington, Delaware, and shot him twice. Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy said Wednesday afternoon that the shooting victim is at a hospital and is expected to survive. He says the victim was able to tell police that 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince shot him. Prince is also accused of earlier shooting five of his co-workers in Maryland, killing three of them. The other two are in critical condition. Tracy says authorities have not heard or seen Prince since the shooting about 10:45 a.m. He says officers chased him briefly but then lost him. ___ 3:45 p.m. A man who works near a used car lot where a shooting took place in Wilmington, Delaware, says he heard a pop and saw a woman run out of the business' office. Authorities say a gunman who killed three co-workers at a Maryland office complex Wednesday is also responsible for the shooting in Delaware. It's not clear if anyone was hurt in the Delaware shooting. The witness spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because he feared retaliation while the suspect was at large. The witness said a man inside the 28th Street Auto Sales and Service garage closed the door to the area after the woman joined him. The witness then heard a second pop, saw the garage door open and the man and woman flee. At that point, another man ran from the office, jumped into a sport utility vehicle, backed up and drove off. Another person then emerged from the office and ran away. ___ 3:15 p.m. Police say a man suspected of killing three co-workers in Maryland later shot an "associate" at used car lot about an hour away in Wilmington, Delaware. Wilmington police spokeswoman Stephanie Castellani says the shooting at midmorning Wednesday in Delaware's largest city "was not a random act." She did not release the extent of the victim's injuries. Police along the Northeast corridor are looking for 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince, of Elkton, Maryland. Authorities in Harford County, Maryland, said he shot five people at Advanced Granite Solutions just before 9 a.m., then drove to Wilmington. As police comb the area looking for Prince, there is a heavy police presence along Interstate 95 in both states. Cruisers are stationed at cut-throughs in the median, and overhead highway signs are displaying a description of Prince's black 2008 GMC Acadia sport utility vehicle and its Delaware license plate of PC64273. ___ 2:40 p.m. A newspaper is reporting that a man who police say killed three people and wounded two more at his Maryland workplace was fired from another job earlier this year after he attacked a co-worker. The Baltimore Sun reports that a former co-worker of Radee Prince sought a restraining order against him in February. In an application for his request, the co-worker said Prince had punched another employee in the face and threatened employees. The man said in his written application that Prince came back to the business several times after he was fired. He said one time, Prince came to see him, and cursed and yelled at him. The person wrote: "I felt very threatened because he is a big guy and very aggressive on me." The man said Prince did not get physical with him, but wrote: "I do not want to wait until he will." A Harford County District Court judge denied the order. The article didn't identify the co-worker or the business. ___ 2 p.m. A man wanted in the shooting of five people at his workplace in Maryland is now suspected in a later shooting in Delaware. The Wilmington Police Department said in a news release Wednesday afternoon that officers are searching for Radee Labeeb Prince. Police say he's wanted in both the multiple shooting early Wednesday in Edgewood, Maryland, and another shooting at midmorning in Wilmington. Wilmington police say Prince has an address there and relatives in the area. He was last seen driving a black 2008 GMC Acadia sport utility vehicle with Delaware tags. ___ 1:30 p.m. A property manager says the man police believe killed three people and wounded two others at his Maryland workplace often paid his rent late, but was always polite and cooperative. Heather Todd said Radee Labeeb Prince has rented a 3-bedroom town house since November 2014. Todd said Prince lives there with his girlfriend. Her company, Homes for Rent, has filed eight petitions for nonpayment of rent against the couple. But she said they always ended up paying their rent and the company never had to schedule an eviction. Authorities say Prince shot five employees at Advanced Granite Solutions, where he also worked. Police are still looking for Prince. They say he is armed and dangerous. ___ 12:15 p.m. Police are looking for a man accused of shooting five people at his workplace in northeastern Maryland, killing three. Authorities say the suspect is armed and dangerous. They identified the man as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince. They say he is driving a black 2008 GMC Acadia with the Delaware license plate PC064273. Gov. Larry Hogan said late Wednesday morning that "the killer remains on the loose." The governor says the violence at Advanced Granite Solutions left three dead and two in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the head. ___ 11:25 a.m. A Maryland sheriff says three people have been killed and two were wounded during a shooting at an office park in the northeastern part of the state. Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler identified the shooter Wednesday morning as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince. He says Prince opened fire with a handgun and police are looking for him. He is considered armed and dangerous. The suspect and the victims were all associated with a company at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood. The sheriff says the two wounded people are in serious condition. Nearby schools have been locked down as a precaution. The business park is just south of the Interstate 95 interchange with Route 24.
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