Three people have been killed and two seriously injured in a “targeted” shooting at a business park in Baltimore!
The suspect was not in custody and police had launched a dragnet for the shooter, identified by Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince.
Witnesses say they heard loud arguing at a business within the park before gunshots were heard just before 9am local time.
Schools in the area – just 20 miles north of Baltimore – were placed on lockdown with students ordered to stay inside.
Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said: “We have lost three lives so far this morning,” adding it was not a random shooting but a “targeted attack.”
All five of the victims are believed to have been employees of Advance Granite Solutions, according to Gahler. Prince is believed to have used a single handgun in the shooting, he added.
“There’s an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we’ve ever seen in our county, certainly we consider him armed and dangerous,” Dahler told reporters.
Baltimore came fifth in a list of the highest murder rates last year – beaten only by St Louis in Missouri, Gary in Indiana, Chester in Pennsylvania and top of the list East St Louis in Illinois.
But what is more interesting is that the system has failed us again!
Because Radee Labeeb Prince was sentenced to 25 years in 2003. Didn’t served one year.
Radee Labeeb Prince, sentenced to 25 yrs in 2003. Didn’t served one yr. Shoots 5 in Edgewood MD. System failed ’em.https://t.co/Vc2K1jECPt
— Femi (@femijr) October 18, 2017
(Del.Supr.) (Appellate Brief)
Supreme Court of Delaware.
Radee PRINCE, Defendant-Below, Appellant,
State of Delaware, Plaintiff-Below, Appellee.
December 27, 2006.
On Appeal from the Superior Court of the State of Delaware in and for New Castle County
State’s Answering Brief
*1 NATURE AND STAGE OF THE PROCEEDINGS
Appellant Radee Prince pled guilty to fifteen counts of third degree burglary in December 2003. (B-4). Thereafter, Prince was sentenced to a combined total of twenty-five years imprisonment, suspended after two years for two years of decreasing levels of probation, and was ordered to make full restitution. (B-9). Prince did not appeal his convictions. In December 2004, Superior Court modified Prince’s sentence, reducing his term of imprisonment from two years to one year. (B-32). The Court did not modify the amount of restitution owed by Prince.
In May 2006, Prince applied for a correction of his sentence pursuant to Superior Court Criminal Rule 35(a). Superior Court denied the motion in September 2006. State v. Prince, ID No. 0310011238, Letter Order (Del. Super. Sept. 19, 2006) (Exhibit A). The instant appeal then ensued; this is the State’s answering brief.
*2 SUMMARY OF THE ARGUMENT
1. Appellant’s argument is denied.
*3 STATEMENT OF FACTS
On February 17, 2006, Radee Prince appeared before Superior Court on a violation of probation. (B-6, 44-50). At that hearing, Judge Babiarz found Prince in violation of his probation on VN03-11-1799-01 and VN03-11-1800-01 for failing to pay his restitution and for violating his curfew. (B-6, 52). Judge Babiarz continued Prince’s probation on both charges “as previously imposed.” (B-52). Judge Babiarz did not address the remainder of Prince’s fifteen charges.
The Rest is closed without a legal proceeding but I am sure now we all know the truth!
His name is Radee Labeeb Prince.
Probably a Muslim convert
— Mimi (@mimimayes13) October 18, 2017
His name is Radee Labeeb Prince.
He was Muslim convert!
So this is one of the reasons why not one of the mainstream media reported that he was sentenced before and that he is a Muslim!
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