Man Kills Ex-Girlfriend And Ex-wife – A man killed his better half in Federal Hill and his ex in Columbia before directing the weapon back toward himself Saturday, police said.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison let 11 News know that officials got a call soon after 1:30 p.m. for caution in the 1500 square of Marshall Street in Federal Hill. The officials observed a back entryway kicked in, demonstrating a constrained passage, Harrison said.
The officials found a 41-year-elderly person inside dead from discharge wounds. Harrison said police got data that the culprit then, at that point, went to Howard County to kill someone else and end his own life.
“We realized there’s one more murder scene with another lady who kicked the bucket from evident discharge wounds. Then, at that point, we took in the culprit ended his own life,” Harrison said.
Howard County police said officials were called soon after 2:07 p.m. to a high rise in the 7300 square of Eden Brook Drive in Columbia for reports of discharges. Police said the officials showed up at the scene at 2:14 p.m. what’s more observed two grown-ups in a vestibule of the apartment complex who was lethally shot.
Howard County police on Sunday distinguished the suspect as Rajaee Shareef Black, 44, of Hanover, and the casualty as Wendy Natalie Black, 42, of Columbia.
Area police said officials found the Blacks’ two small kids soon after the shooting safe in Rajaee Black’s vehicle in the parking area of the apartment building. The kids were put in a protected climate and didn’t observe the occurrence, police said.
A Facebook video posted by the supposed speculate shows him conversing with his telephone, clarifying the occasions encompassing the wrongdoing. The presume made cases about his ex in the video and how he killed his sweetheart only minutes prior.
In any case, when Howard County p0lice were informed at 2:22 p.m. by Baltimore City police that there was a video posted via web-based media that demonstrated the suspect planned to go to Howard County, it was past the point of no return.