Police did not promptly portray an association between the casualties and the charged shooter. Police said his personality stayed obscure starting late Sunday morning. They distinguished the 16-year-old as Charlotte Zaremba, and her mom as Suzanne Zaremba, 52. The mother was dealt with and discharged from Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
Police said the charged attacker gives off an impression of being somewhere around 16 and 20 years of age. He was likewise taken to the injury focus, and police depicted his condition as life-debilitating. The shooting happened at around 2 a.m. in a home in the 4800 square of Knoll Glen Road in Ellicott City, about halfway amongst Baltimore and Washington. Police said another relative was home at the season of the shooting, yet was in another part of the house and was not hurt.
Howard County police said in an announcement that the mother heard a fight in her girl’s room and strolled inside. Police said the presumed shooter “discharged a shot at her, and after that the young lady, and afterward himself.” Police said they was aware of no thought process. Powers said extra points of interest could be made open later Sunday.