MURDER USA: Browns Farm Way in Brookeville, Md., three shot dead by Christopher Wilson Snyder; ATF on scene, gunman killed self

Suspect still at large in the community of Browns Farm Way in Brookeville Md., with multiple people dead. Photo courtesy of NBC 4 Washington

MURDER USA: Browns Farm Way in Brookeville, Md., scene of 3 dead, Christopher Snyder, 41, suicide

From NBC 4
A man suspected of shooting and killing three people in Montgomery County fatally shot himself after an hours-long standoff with police.

The slaughter may have begun when the man’s wife fled their home to get help from a neighbor, investigators say.

Christopher Wilson Snyder, 41, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

A standoff between police and Snyder lasted for hours Monday as Snyder refused to leave his home before a SWAT team vehicle rammed the door. MORE

Christopher Wilson Snyder lived at 22001 Brown Farm Way in Brookeville since 2013 when he paid $800,000 for the 4,196 square foot home located in the rural area of Montgomery County, Md., according to Maryland land records.

 Brookville Massacre

UPDATE: Three people were found dead and the man who police believe shot them has killed himself.

BROOKVILLE, MD. – Montgomery County Police were called to the scene of a multiple fatality shooting on May 7, 2018, at 22001 Brown Farm Road in the Brookeville community located in the outer reaches of Montgomery County, Md.

The cul de sac ends in a grouping of three homes and first reports from Montgomery County Police just after 5 pm included a statement that the suspect is still at large, that he is known to police and this is not a murder spree done at random, but that the suspect lives in one of the homes.

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