Man Accused Of Killing 3 In Md. Held Without Bond
ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — The shooting spree suspect faces a judge. Sixty-two-year-old Eulalio Tordil is accused of openly firing on six people across Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, killing three—including his estranged wife.
Meghan McCorkell shares new details about how he was captured, even as loved ones of the victims are coming together to mourn.
Tordil was held without bond Monday in Montgomery County. He faces eight charges, including two counts of first degree murder.
Serial shooting suspect Eulalio Tordil was on the run from police when a lost pair of eyeglasses may have led to his capture.
The terrifying 24 hours began Thursday when investigators say the federal protective services officer gunned down his estranged wife Gladys outside High Point High School and injured another man before taking off.