Suspect in Maryland newspaper to appear on 5 murder charges

Staff Writer

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — First-degree murder charges were filed Friday against a man with a grudge against Maryland's capital newspaper after police said he shot his way into the newsroom, killing four journalists and a staffer and wounding two others.
Jarrod Warren Ramos was swiftly arrested, interrogated and jailed pending a 10:30 a.m. hearing in Annapolis. No defense attorney was listed in online court records, but one note suggests he could be represented by a public defender. Another classifies him as "recalcitrant." Investigators said earlier that he was uncooperative.
Acting Police Chief William Krampf of Anne Arundel County said the gunman "looked for his victims" Thursday in the newsroom of The Capital Gazette in Annapolis. "This person was prepared today to come in, this person was prepared to shoot people," Krampf said...To read more, please refer to our print or online edition.

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