Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, has been arrested Wednesday evening after he allegedly shot five people at his workplace in Edgewood, Maryland, shooting five people and killing three. The suspect also allegedly shot a sixth person in Wilmington, Delaware, more than 50 miles away from the original shooting at Emmorton Business Park.
Sources say he was apprehended by police, while on foot along Four Seasons Parkway near Clover Mill Drive in Newark, Delaware, at around 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Prince allegedly shot five of his coworkers at Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, Maryland. A total of three people died from the shooting, while the other two suffered injuries.
When Did Each Shooting Happen?
At around 8:58 A.M. EST, a shooting incident took place at the Emmorton Business Park Edgewood, Maryland. A total of five people were shot, while three were killed in the incident. Police and SWAT responded to reports of the incident at around 9:30 A.M. EST.
Authorities conducted a manhunt and warned the public to avoid Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, which includes many hotels and automobile shops, such as the Comfort Inn, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn, Motel 6, and more.
Police informed the public that the suspect, 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince, was driving 2008 black GMC Acadia with plates DE PC064273. He was considered armed and dangerous.
Prince was allegedly involved in another shooting incident. He is alleged to be the perpetrator who shot his sixth victim in Wilmington, Delaware, more than 50 miles away from the original shooting.
Who is Radee Labeeb Prince?
Radee Labeeb Prince has been arrested for shooting six people and killing three on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. Prince had a criminal record prior to two shooting incidents.
His record, includes a March 2015 arrest for driving with a suspended out-of-state license, driving without a license, failure to display license to police on demand, driving an uninsured vehicle, and turning without giving the appropriate signal. However, this case was not pursued by state prosecutors.
Prince was arrested again in March 2015. He was charged with multiple weapons-related charges. The suspect was officially charged with having a handgun in a vehicle, illegal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of ammo, all misdemeanors, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Maryland State Police arrested Mr. Prince on August 13, 2016, on charges of failure to obey properly placed traffic control device instructions, changing lanes when unsafe, driving without a required license, negligent driving, failure to stop for police and attempt to elude police. Prosecutors decided not to pursue this case against Price, and charges were dropped.