Hong Young already confounded authorities with his target selection during his suburban shooting spree. A week later, police are still finding bullet holes. On Wednesday, they added a library and Maryland Live! to a list of Young targets that already included big box stores and the NSA.
Here are additional spots Young targeted, per Anne Arundel County Police:
March 2, Russett Library, Laurel Before Young fired on a car leaving a Wal-Mart gas station, he apparently shot up the library across the street. Police discovered that a bullet went through a library window, and an interior ceiling.
March 4, Maryland Live! Casino, Arundel Mills Bullet holes were found on two sides of the casino’s facade. Police didn’t receive any calls about shots fired, but later tied the incident to the random shooter.
Young is being held without bail. After he was arrested on March 3, police found 10 guns in his home, and a backpack with protein bars, a passport and toilet paper indicating he was preparing to flee, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Out of all of the bullets fired, only one person was injured. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the incident at the Wal-Mart.
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