Officials Update How They Captured Maryland Shooting Suspect In Newark


Newark – Just before 6:00 pm Delaware State Police, New Castle County Police, ATF Agents, DEA Agents, along with Wilmington Police Officers located Radee Prince’s black Acadia on Cobble Creek Curv, which is next to Glasgow High School in Newark.

Radee Prince was observed by witnesses walking away from the vehicle shortly before crossing Route 896 into the neighborhood near the Shop Rite grocery store. When ATF Agents came upon Prince, walking in the neighborhood, he fled on foot, said Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy. Agents observed Prince throw a weapon before they quickly caught up with him, according to Tracy.

DEA Agents were observed clearing the Acadia that police officials, along the East Coast. have been looking for throughout the day. Indications are that the licenses plate had been changed.

Tracy said the Prince is currently being processed and charges are being prepared.

Developing.

Cecil County Sheriff’s Deputy Operating Drone Over Suspect’s Home
Prince

Update: Wilmington Police Just Released This ” The Wilmington Police Department, with cooperation from surrounding in-state and out-of-state police agencies, is conducting a search at this hour for a suspect wanted in connection with both a multiple shooting incident early this morning in Edgewood, Maryland and another shooting incident at mid-morning today in the 2800 Block of Northeast Boulevard in Wilmington, Delaware.”
Edgewood, Maryland – Just before 9:00 am this morning a loud argument was heard at Advanced Granite Solutions, located at 2111 Emmorton Park Road, according to police.

Shortly after the argument police began receiving calls for multiple people shot. Police responded within 4 minutes and found three people deceased and two critically wounded.

Police began searching for the suspect, 37-year-old Radee Prince, DOB 1/5/79. Authorities responded to an address on Clinton Street in Elkton but did not find Prince. Delaware State Police were alerted that Prince may be driving black GMC Acadia with Delaware a tag number PC064273

Marylands and Delaware Police are actively searching for Prince.

As part of the on going search Delaware State Police have placed several New Castle County schools and offices on lock down. First State Update has confirmed that several Stanton and Newport area schools and offices have been ordered to lock down.

Officials at several of the locations were told that the suspect lives in the area and out of an abundance of caution the locations were placed on lock down.

Initial reports from the scene indicate that the suspect used a handgun in this morning’s incident. Police said that they’re considering Prince armed and dangerous.

Cecil County Sheriff’s Office, Elkton Police, Maryland State Police and Agents From The ATF have been on scene for most of the day investigating the incident.

 

It’s believed that Prince has an extensive criminal record in Delaware and Maryland.

Maryland State Police Tactical Team Surrounds Suspects Home
Troopers On High Alert Near Suspects Home

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