LAUREL, Md. (AP) — Police say they have linked two more incidents to a Maryland man suspected of firing a gun at random drivers and public spaces, including a National Security Agency building.
Laurel Police announced Tuesday that they have connected 35-year-old Hong Young of Beltsville with a shooting and vandalism at two restaurants March 2.
Police said officers found four bullet holes in the windows of a buffet restaurant and shattered windows at another buffet about 2 miles away.
Video surveillance at the second restaurant shows a man getting out of a car linked to the other shootings and throwing rocks at the windows.
Young was arrested March 3. A Maryland judge denied him bail Monday.