ANNIE GOT HER GUN! MURDER USA: Snochia Moseley killed three at Rite Aid warehouse; then took own life in Harford County mayhem

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Snochia Moseley killer of Rite Aid warehouse
CRAZY NO MORE – Snochia Moseley murdered workers at Rite Aid warehouse and then killed self, say police on Sept. 20, 2018

ANNIE GOT HER / HIS GUN!
MURDER USA: Snochia Moseley killed three at Rite Aid warehouse; then took own life in Harford County mayhem; three others injured

Suspect shooting has been identified as Snochia Moseley, 26, of 8108 RIDGETOWN DR APT. H, Parkville, Md., Baltimore County.

RITE AID WAREHOUSE SHOOTING UPDATE FROM SHERIFF JEFF GAHLER

Victims:
Fatal Injuries:
Sunday Aguda, 45-year-old male from the 2900 block of Dunmurry Road in Dundalk
Brindra Giri, 41-year-old female from the 1300 block of Colbury Road in Baltimore and a mother of two children.
Hayleen Reyes, 21-year-old female from the 400 block of Gusryan Road in Baltimore

Non-Fatal Injuries:
Hassan Mitchell, 19-year-old male from the 1400 block of Perrywood Court in Aberdeen
Wilfredo Villegas, 45-year-old male from the 7700 block of Mineral Springs Drive in Gathersburg
Purna Acharya, 45-year-old male from 700 block of Seneca Avenue in Ridgewood, New York.

Timeline:
The suspect was identified as Snochia Moseley, 26-year-old female / male / transvestite  from Baltimore County. On the day of the shooting, she arrived at the warehouse for her shift at 6:30 a.m. For unknown reasons, she left the building at 7:21 a.m. and returned home. She then drove back to work and arrived at the front gate at 8:35 a.m. She reentered the warehouse at 8:53 a.m., exited the warehouse again at 9:05 a.m. and began shooting. She shot one victim outside before entering back into the warehouse where she continued to fire, striking the remaining victims. She turned the gun on herself and shot herself in the head. She later died at the hospital. During the investigation, information was received that she was suffering from a mental illness and over the last two weeks had become increasingly agitated.

The handgun used in the attack was legally purchased.

“We learned again yesterday, that no community is immune from this type of heinous violence,” Sheriff Jeffrey R. Gahler said in a press conference Friday morning. “Harford County overall is a very safe place to live and work, citizens should feel confident their law enforcement professionals are well trained and prepared to maintain the safety of our community members.”

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