Mass shooting in Maryland leaves 3 dead

A tragic incident unfolded in Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, on Sunday night when a violent shooting at a residential property claimed the lives of three people and left three others injured, as confirmed by local law enforcement.

Annapolis Police Chief Edward Jackson addressed the media about the shooting. He revealed that the catalyst for the shooting appears to be a personal dispute. He assured the public that the situation was under control and posed no further threat to the community.

With the investigation in its early stages, many details about the incident remain unclear. Jackson explained that the investigation team is determining a timeline of the events that led to the shooting.

The age of the victims ranged from their twenties to their fifties, and the precise motivation behind the violence remains to be established. Jackson confirmed that the victims were found outside the residence, emphasizing that the act was not random.

The police response to the shooting was reported to have taken place around 8 p.m.

According to a police statement, one of the injured was airlifted to a trauma center due to the severity of their injuries. Authorities have taken into custody an individual of interest in connection with the shooting, though no formal charges have been made at this time.

Additionally, a weapon believed to have been used in the incident has been recovered.