Edgewood shooting victims in Shock Trauma Identified

Enoc Sosa, one of 2 who survived workplace shooting in Edgewood

EDGEWOOD, Md. (WBFF) - The Harford County Sheriff's Office identified the 2 Edgewood shooting victims at Shock Trauma as Enoc Sosa, 38 and Jose Gillen, 37. Both are still in critical condition.

The three people who lost their lives in Wednesday morning's Edgewood shooting are: Bayarsaikhan Tudev, 53, with a last known address in Virginia; Jose Hidalgo Romero, 34, with a last known address of Aberdeen, Harford County; and Enis Mrvoljak, 48, with an address in Dundalk, Baltimore County.

Radee Prince is being held on a $2.1Million bail in Delaware after being apprehended by officers Wednesday night.

Wilmington police said Prince was walking down the street when agents spotted him. Prince tried to run and discarded his gun after a brief foot chase.

Harford County Sheriff Gahler remarked After the arrest, "Coming up on the end of another very long day for our Harford County community. I feel blessed to work with such an exceptional group of men and women at the Sheriff's Office and greatly appreciate all the assistance rendered to our Office today by our local, state, and federal partners. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those families who lost loved ones today and our prayers for a speedy recovery for the survivors."

Prince faces extradition to Maryland for the shootings.

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