A man accused of fatally shooting three co-workers and wounding three other people has been indicted in Maryland.
Radee Prince, 38, was indicted Tuesday on three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder, and firearm offenses, the Harford County State's Attorney's office said in a statement.
Prosecutors say Prince fatally shot five co-workers at Advanced Granite Solutions in Harford County in Maryland on Oct. 18, 2017.
A witness to the deadly rampage inside the granite company said Prince gathered a small group of his coworkers together by saying, "Come with me, I want to say something to everybody." Then, without another word, he opened fire.
Enis Mrvoljak, Bayarsaikhan Tudev and Jose Hidalgo Romero were killed.
Two co-workers were shot but survived. Authorities say Prince then drove to a used car lot in Wilmington, Delaware, and shot an acquaintance in the head. The acquaintance survived.
Prince had a history of violence with coworkers, especially when he believed people were talking behind his back, according to court documents. Authorities have not released a motive, but a witness said Prince's aggressiveness had been escalating.
Tudev's widow told AP that her husband was so worried about Prince's temper that he prayed about him.
"He was always angry," Gerelmaa Dolgorsuren said her husband told her about Prince.
Prince remains in custody in Delaware awaiting trial for attempted murder there.
Online court records don't list a lawyer for Prince.