The shooting suspect killed at Maryland’s Fort Detrick on Tuesday has been identified as Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet.
CNN reports Woldesenbet was as a Navy Hospital Corpsman who allegedly shot two sailors at Frederick, Maryland’s, Riverside Tech Park, before driving onto the military installation, where he was killed.
Army Brig. Gen. Michael J. Talley indicated Woldesenbet allegedly stopped briefly at the Fort Detrick gate checkpoint, then took off in addition to drove a half mile into the military installation before being stopped. He then allegedly exited the vehicle, brandished a firearm, in addition to was shot dead by military police.
CNBC quoted U.S. Army Garrison Fort Detrick Commander Col. Dexter Nunnally saying, “Our number one priority is actually the safety of our people. Our emergency responders are well-trained for these types of situations in addition to the fast response of our military police enabled us to contain in which threat quickly.”
One of the two wounded sailors is actually supposed to be released via the hospital today. The second is actually in critical nevertheless stable condition.
Breitbart News reported Maryland has stringent gun controls, many of which are contained inside Firearms Safety Act of 2013. in which Act banned “assault weapons” in addition to “high capacity” magazines, in addition to put in a place a fingerprinting/registration requirement for brand new handgun buyers.
The Baltimore Sun pointed out Maryland features a red flag law in which took effect October 1, 2018.
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