The four-day manhunt for ex-Baltimore Country Police official Robert Vicosa, a sergeant with the division, and his two hijacked youngsters finished in misfortune Thursday, as per WJZ, with the two young ladies dead in western Maryland.
Sources with firsthand information on the examination informed that Robert Vicosa, his 6-and 7-year-old girls Asminah and Gianna, and Sgt. Tia Bynum was observed dead of shot injuries inside a game utility vehicle close to Smithsburg following a concise pursue into Western Maryland.
Tia Bynum and Robert Vicosa were cops.
Tia Bynum served in the Criminal Investigations Bureau of the division, which is an expert group that examines the most genuine offenses.
Then again, Robert Vicos filled in as a sergeant in the Catonsville area until he was downgraded and terminated three months prior because of a few regulatory offenses.
As indicated by authorities, the two were supposed to be seeing someone.
Vocosa and Bynum were considered outfitted and perilous by the police. As indicated by court filings, they supposedly kept the irritated spouse prisoner throughout the end of the week, tied her up, and constrained her to ingest a squashed pain reliever pill, smoke pot, and handle firearms.
(9:33 a.m.) Robert Vicosa committed the kidnapping that occurred in the Cockeysville area. He was armed w/ a semi-automatic handgun and accompanied by Tia Bynum & 2 young girls. Vicosa & Bynum are wanted and considered armed & danger . The safety of the children is a priority. pic.twitter.com/47FonN8Sl9
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) November 18, 2021
Vicosa, 41, was needed in Pennsylvania on a lawful offense warrant for equipped carjacking. Bynum, 36, was needed on a charge of unfair detainment. On Thursday morning, police bosses from Maryland and Pennsylvania encouraged them to drop the young ladies off at a protected spot before any other individual was harmed.
Visa’s two little youngsters, Gianna, 7, and Aaminah, 6, were taken from his home in Windsor Township on Monday.
Moreover, Vicosa hijacked a person in Cockeysville on Wednesday evening and requested that he drive them about before safe delivering him.
At the point when the cops showed up, they found that every one of the four people inside had been shot. Three of them died at the spot, and one of them, a young lady, was taken to a Hagerstown clinic, however she additionally died.