Girlfriend: Shooter prone to violence before deadly rampage
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The girlfriend of a woman who gunned down three co-workers at a Maryland warehouse told police her companion was prone to violent outbursts, heard voices in her head and had threatened her with a gun before September’s rampage.
The girlfriend of shooter Snochia Moseley also told investigators the 26-year-old woman had been depressed due to money problems and didn’t appear to be taking medication for her mental illness.
The girlfriend’s interview with police detectives is summarized in a report The Associated Press obtained through a public records request.
Moseley killed three people and wounded three others before killing herself at a Rite Aid distribution center in Harford County on Sept. 20.
A Harford County Sheriff’s Office official has said Moseley had been diagnosed with acute schizophrenia.