A Maryland man shot and killed his alienated spouse and a neighbor on Thursday and afterward got back, where he quickly held police in a showdown before killing himself, the Baltimore Sun detailed.
According to Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees
Heather Zujkowski, 36, was articulated dead at the Mount Airy scene, while her neighbor, 18-year-old secondary school understudy Noah Homayouni kicked the bucket while anticipating helicopter transport to an emergency clinic, as indicated by Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees.
Witnesses distinguished the suspect as Zujkowski’s significant other, 35-year-old Joseph Zujkowski, and representatives followed him to his home in Montgomery County.
Carroll County representatives reached him by telephone while Montgomery County agents went to the area. After a short showdown, the Frederick New Post stated, Zujkowski strolled outside and shot himself.
The sheriff’s office said it wasn’t known why Joseph Zujkowski started shooting Thursday. The Zujkowskis were isolated, and a defensive request against the spouse terminated in January, they said.
DeWees said that the couple’s three kids — running in age from 5 to 12 — were inside the house at the hour of the shooting yet were safe.
According to investigators
Examiners said Joseph Zujkowski had come to Heather Zujkowski’s home and was going to leave without further ado before 3 p.m. at the point when she showed up and he began shooting. Homayouni, who lived nearby and was rehearsing lacrosse outside at that point, was shot straight away, WBAL revealed. Examiners said they have no rationale in shooting the high schooler and that he additionally started shooting at the kid’s home. On the whole, they stated, he discharged 35 rounds from a high-gauge rifle.
Only a torrent of gunfire. I came out to perceive what was happening, at that point a second round began, said Herman Stenger, another neighbor told WBAL.
Specialists on call discovered Homayouni mortally injured in the yard of his home; Heather Zujkowski was dead in her own yard.
Court documents reveal the abusive behavior of the husband
Court records uncovered a scope of oppressive practices from the spouse, including strangulation, strangleholds, shouting, and reviling, the station announced. He revealed to me he would slaughter me and the individual he trusts I am going behind his back with, Heather Zujkowski told the court. I am not, nor ever cheated. He has shown stalking practices, compromised me with concealed cameras, appears 3 a.m., 6 a.m.
WBAL revealed that Zujkowski was an Army Ranger with a cerebrum injury and PTSD after visits in Iraq and Afghanistan, refering to court records, which additionally demonstrated he looked for treatment and was hospitalized following a suicide endeavor.
The station detailed that the two most youthful kids will be thought about by their Florida grandma, and the most seasoned will live with his organic dad in Georgia.