Pa Shooting Suspect On The Loose After 6 Killed
Pa Shooting Suspect On The Loose After 6 Killed

Pa Shooting Suspect On The Loose After 6 Killed

Pa Shooting Suspect Named Bradley William, authorities are searching for an Iraq war veteran suspected of killing at least six people at three separate locations in Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County early Monday.

Police swarmed from one community to another Monday as they searched for Bradley William Stone, 35. As darkness fell, police were surrounding his home in Pennsburg, where he was believed to be holed up. They used a bullhorn and loud explosions to try to compel his surrender.

“Bradley, this is the police department!” officers yelled. “Come to the front door with your hands up. You’re under arrest.”

The rampage started at ex-wife Nicole Stone’s Harleysville apartment, investigators said.

Stone broke in through a glass door around 4 a.m., firing multiple rounds and fleeing with their two children, the woman’s neighbors said.

He then went to two nearby communities, where her relatives lived, killed five other people and severely wounded another person before apparently holing up in a Pennsburg home, authorities said.

“She would tell anybody who would listen that he was going to kill her, and that she was really afraid for her life,” said Evan Weron, a neighbor of Stone’s ex-wife, Nicole Stone.

Stone had a “familial relationship” to all the victims, Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman said. The two children Stone took from his ex-wife’s house were safe, Ferman said.

Stone, about 5-foot-10 and 195 pounds, was likely wearing military fatigues and was known to use a cane or walker, Ferman said.


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