Snochia Moseley ID’d as Maryland Rite Aid Warehouse Shooting Suspect

Snochia Moseley ID’d as Maryland Rite Aid Warehouse Shooting Suspect

"The State stands ready to offer any support", he tweeted.

At least three fatalities have been reported, after a shooting broke out at a Maryland-based Rite Aid facility on September 20.

The sheriff's office tweeted earlier there was a shooting in the Perryman area that involved "multiple victims".

A law enforcement official with knowledge of the shooting stressed that the number of dead is based on preliminary information.

The fact that the assailant was a woman marked an unusual circumstance in and of itself as the overwhelming majority of mass shootings in the United States are committed by men. "She was just shooting", Ms Watson said as she drove away from a fire station where relatives tried to reunite with loved ones. In total, there were reportedly seven people injured and four have died.

'She had a panic, ' Cedeno said and hid in a bathroom.

Susan Henderson, a spokesperson for Rite Aid, said that roughly 1,000 people work in the facility. The mother told her to take care of her father and the dogs.

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A man who said he was two blocks from the area told WBAL-TV that dozens of police officers arrived, jumped out of their cars and began to run. The three others were expected to survive, according to the sheriff. Gahler also said multiple people had been killed and wounded in the shooting, without giving any other details on casualties. She used a gun that she purchased legally, Gahler said, adding that no law enforcement officers fired shots during their response.

Colleen Hendrickson, who lives and works in the area, said she was waiting on the bus when someone told her there had been a shooting nearby.

Thursday's shooting comes less than 24 hours after police said three individuals were wounded when a gunman opened fire outside a crowded courtroom in southwestern Pennsylvania.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sent agents from Baltimore.

The suspect was identified as Snochia Moseley of Baltimore County, the Harford Sheriff announced on Twitter.

According to a source close to the investigation who spoke with CNN, the woman was a disgruntled employee.

In July, five people were killed when Jarrod Ramos, 38, launched a "targeted attack" at the Capital Gazette newspaper building in Annapolis.