GUILTY MD - Leslie Holliday, 34, & Adam Vasquez, 26, slain, Pikesville, 21 Dec 2005

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    A police officer turned himself in after two other police officers were found dead in a Maryland townhouse Wednesday afternoon, WBAL-TV in Baltimore reported.

    Baltimore County police said a Department of General Services police officer allegedly shot and killed Baltimore City police officers Adam Vasquez, 26, and Leslie Holliday, 34, shortly after noon on Wednesday.

    Sources told WBAL-TV Holliday and Vasquez began a romantic relationship about a month ago, after Holliday broke off her engagement with the suspect.

    Sources said the shooting comes following a threat that the suspect allegedly made about 10 days ago that he would kill Holliday.
    http://www.channel3000.com/news/5598881/detail.html

    Two Baltimore police officers, a man and a woman, were found shot to death at a home in the suburbs Wednesday, and another law enforcement officer suspected in the killings turned himself in a short time later, authorities said.

    Police gave no motive for the slayings.

    Toohey said that after the man surrendered at a police station, officers found the gun used in the shooting.

    The suspect is a police officer for the state Department of General Services and carried a gun as part of his job, Toohey said. He said he did not know whether the man's duty weapon was the gun used in the killings. http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/ne...C4FD4B9A1BC7B074862570DF00183B68?OpenDocument
     
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    Eugene Victor Perry Jr., a police officer with a state agency who is accused of fatally shooting two Baltimore police officers Wednesday, had as recently as last week asked to join the city force.

    He had twice before been turned down by the city police and was rejected earlier this year by Baltimore County police before landing a police job with the Department of General Services, guarding state facilities in Annapolis. On Wednesday, authorities say, Perry tested his shooting skills at a suburban police firing range.

    Hours later, police say, he went to a Pikesville townhouse and used his police-issued weapon to kill the officers. One was his former fiancee, the other a man she had been dating.

    Perry is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Court documents filed early Thursday provided new details of the events leading to the officers' deaths, including that he "forced his way into" the house and drew a handgun from a holster on his right hip as he climbed a flight of stairs toward the second-floor room of one of the victims.

    Police have said another adult couple and a young child were at the house. Witnesses heard several shots and ran, and Perry left the house a short time later, carrying a gun, according to court documents.
    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/lo...g1222,1,2649186.story?coll=bal-home-headlines
     
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