EDGEWOOD, Maryland —
A newspaper is reporting that a man who police say killed three individuals and wounded two more at his Maryland office was fired from one other job earlier this yr after he attacked a co-employee.
The Baltimore Solar stories that a former co-employee of Radee Prince sought a restraining order towards him in February. In an software for his request, the co-worker stated Prince had punched another employee within the face and threatened staff.
The person stated in his written software that Prince came again to the enterprise a number of occasions after he was fired.
He stated one time, Prince got here to see him, and cursed and yelled at him. The individual wrote: “I felt very threatened because he’s an enormous guy and very aggressive on me.”
The man stated Prince didn’t get physical with him, however wrote: “I don’t need to wait until he will.”
A Harford County District Courtroom decide denied the order.
We will affirm we on the scene of a capturing in the Emmorton Business Park. A number of injuries reported.
— Harford Sheriff (@Harford_Sheriff) October 18, 2017
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