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Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood Reopens Days After Deadly Mass Shooting

Photo via Advanced Granite Solutions

Just over a week after Radee Prince shot three of his co-workers dead and injured two others with a handgun at Harford County’s Advanced Granite Solutions, the business has reopened, albeit in mourning.

Harford Co. Senator Wants to Resume Executions in Md. Using Heroin-Fentanyl Cocktail

State Sen. Bob Cassilly in 2015. Still via YouTube/Phil Tran PR.

A Harford County lawmaker and his brother, the county’s state’s attorney, are calling for the reinstatement of the death penalty following last week’s tragic mass shooting at a granite company in Edgewood.

Authorities Catch Edgewood Mass Shooting Suspect in Delaware

Radee Prince, 37. Photo via Wilmington Police Department.

The sole suspect in yesterday’s quintuple shooting in Edgewood was arrested in Newark, Del., last night, according to Harford County law enforcement.

Shooter on the Run After Killing 3, Wounding 2 in Harford County

Photo via FBI

Police along the I-95 corridor in Maryland and Delaware are working to track down a 37-year-old Elkton man accused of killing three co-workers and wounding two others today in Edgewood.

Harford County Authorities Seek Missing Girl

Madisan Leigh Campbell (Harford Co Sheriff)
Madisan Leigh Campbell (photos courtesy Harford Co Sheriff)

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in locating a 16-year-old girl who was reported missing this week.

64 Specialists from Aberdeen Are Headed to Syria to Neutralize Chemical Weapons

The MV Cape Ray, a 1970s-built ship and site of Aberdeen's newest mobile facilities.
The MV Cape Ray, a 1970s-built ship and site of Aberdeen’s newest mobile facilities.

Let’s call it The Dirty Five Dozen Plus Four. The Baltimore Sun reports that 64 specialists from Aberdeen Proving Ground are “at the center of an international mission to neutralize up to 700 tons of chemical agents surrendered by the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.”

For this very special mission, the chemists, environmental engineers, and others have adapted their normally land-bound weapons-destroying operation for the open sea. With no country willing to allow the stockpile to be neutralized within its borders, the 648-foot ship carrying the new Field Deployable Hydrolysis System will make it possible to conduct the four-month labor in international waters.