BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The man accused of opening fire at his Harford County workplace Wednesday morning, killing three people before driving to Wilmington, Delaware and shooting another man, appeared in court this morning.

Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, was arraigned just after 8 a.m. In Delaware, he faces a charge of attempted murder and several firearms charges. His bail was set at $2.1 million cash.

Prince will also face murder charges in Maryland, but he appeared in a Delaware court first because that’s where he was apprehended after an hours-long manhunt Wednesday.

Authorities say he was apprehended Wednesday evening in Newark, hours after he walked into Advanced Granite Solutions in the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood and shot five people, killing three of them.

Then he fled to Wilmington, where he shot an acquaintance at a used car dealership and evaded officers again, according to police.

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  1. He did it, everybody knows he did it, he is a violent career criminal who should be executed immediately. Instead he will exercise his rights, and it will take ten years to finally adjudicate the case, and he will probably be shortly thereafter released because the prisons are overcrowded. And we wonder why Maryland is a den of violent criminal behavior.

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