Only days following the tragedy that cost 58 people their lives in Las Vegas, another shooting has struck the nation. This time spanning across two states on the East Coast.
The states in question, Maryland and Delaware, were glad to have finally caught the shooter before anyone else was hurt. The day's carnage began at Advanced Granite Solutions, his place of employment at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood, Maryland. The city lies roughly 30 miles northeast of Baltimore.
Once at AGS, Prince, armed with a .380 ACP handgun, began his rampage and by the end of his shooting, five people got shot; three of those people would not survive their injuries. The others were taken to the hospital where they were originally listed in critical condition, but their prognosis has improved since then.
According to local police, the shooting at Advanced Granite Solutions appears to be a targeted strike, hitting back at Prince's employer.
The man who was targeted in Delaware (the sixth person) was a former acquaintance of Prince's, and is said to have been shot in both the head and the body with the .380 handgun that the shooter tossed in a chase. This man, though he was shot multiple times including in the head, can live to tell the story.
What is he saying? That he and Prince “had beefs” with each other. We don't have many more details at this time.
One thing remains certain, Prince walked into work that morning, not to be a productive member of society, but to kill people. He then made the drive into Wilmington, DE where he targeted someone else he knew. This was not a random act of violence, but something that had to have been thought out.
It is clear now that Prince has a long record with 15 felonies and four misdemeanor charges, and this isn't his first time committing workplace violence. According to sources, he was fired at a previous job for punching another employee in the face. After trying to get the old job back, getting denied, and then filing for unemployment benefits, he went to the old job and threatened the boss.
We, at ConcealedCarry.com share our condolences for the lives lost, and those affected by this senseless carnage.