Stories, videos and photos about the deadly shootings in Harford County.
The suspect, Snochia Moseley, 26, who lived in White Marsh, died at a hospital where she had been taken after the shooting. She was a temporary employee at the distribution center, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said.
Law enforcement officials said that a temporary employee opened fire on her co-workers, killing three people and injuring three others, before fatally shooting herself. Here's what we know about the victims.
Maj. William Davis of the Harford County Sheriff's Office briefs Aberdeen leaders on last week's workplace shooting at the Rite Aid distribution center, revealing that the shooter had been diagnosed with acute schizophrenia, and critiquing weaknesses in state law that allowed her to buy a gun.
Harford County law enforcement released the identities of the victims in the shooting at the Rite Aid distribution center and more information about the timeline of events that left four dead and three injured Thursday.
Harford County has been rocked by a shooting that has shattered its sense of itself. But after three such incidents in less than three years, longtime residents wonder: has the once rural county dotted with small, tight-knit communities changed beneath their feet?
On Monday night, Purna Acharya lay on a hospital bed inside Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He still had serious pain in his stomach, where he had been shot Thursday while on the job at a Rite Aid warehouse in Aberdeen.
On the day he died, Sunday Aguda had a new job and new wife. They had been planning to celebrate his birthday, just three days away.
Though Brindra Giri had only been in the United States for five months, her funeral services drew hundreds of mourners Sunday, three days after Giri was shot to death at the Rite Aid warehouse in Harford County where she recently started working.
Brindra Giri, a 41-year-old mother of two who had moved to Baltimore County from Nepal only “three or four months ago, was one of three people killed in a shooting at an Aberdeen Rite Aid warehouse on Thursday.
Hayleen Reyes moved to Baltimore from the Dominican Republican five months ago in search of a better life. But on Thursday morning, the 21-year-old was among three workers who were shot and killed.
A vigil was hosted Friday by Harford County faith leaders at a church down the road from the Rite Aid distribution center where, a day earlier, a temporary employee opened fire on her co-workers, killing three and injuring three others before turning the gun on herself.
The woman who fatally shot three co-workers at a Rite Aid distribution center was diagnosed with a mental illness in 2016, the Harford County sheriff said Friday. But that’s not enough to disqualify a person under Maryland law from buying a handgun.
Authorities in Harford County were still trying to determine late Thursday why Snochia Moseley opened fire at the Rite Aid warehouse where she had taken a temporary job, killing three employees and fatally wounding herself.
There was some some improvement in terms of media platforms trying to be right instead of first, But I also saw an obvious need to rethink some of our assumptions about how we cover these stories of mass shootings.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman was sitting at his desk in his office at 9 a.m. Thursday, going over documents for an 11:30 a.m. meeting, when he saw multiple police cars speed past his office.
Rite Aid Corp. moved in 2011 to its Aberdeen distribution center, part of a complex with many other large warehouse and distribution operations. Thursday morning it became the latest site of a workplace shooting.
Multiple people were shot Thursday at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, the latest mass shooting in Maryland. Here is a timeline of recent gun violence with multiple casualties in the region.