Elderly pedestrian killed in Hillendale crash

Pedestrian StruckPolice in Baltimore County are investigating a fatal crash that occurred at about 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday night in the Hillendale area.


A pedestrian, identified as Mohamed Hamid Idries Hassan, 72, of the 600-block of Walker Avenue (21212), was crossing Loch Raven Boulevard near Sayward Avenue (21234) when he was struck by a 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe traveling northbound.

Hassan suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to Sinai Hospital, where he later died.

Police continue to investigate to determine the factors contributing to this fatal crash.

Victims of Aberdeen shooting identified, suspect suffered from mental illness

Harford County Sheriffs OfficePolice have identified the victims from Thursday’s shooting in Aberdeen.

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has identified the deceased as:

  • Sunday Aguda, a 45-year-old male from Baltimore County
  • Brindra Giri, a 41-year-old female from Baltimore County
  • Hayleen Reyes, a 41-year-old female from Baltimore City

The names of the victims who were shot, but survived their wounds are:

  • Hassan Mitchell, 19-year-old male from Harford County
  • Wilfredo Villegas, 45-year-old male from Montgomery County
  • Acharya Purna, 45-year-old male from New York

The suspect, 26-year-old Snochia Moseley, was a temporary employee at the Rite Aid warehouse.

She had been employed at the facility less than two weeks.

Authorities say Moseley arrived at the warehouse at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday morning for her shift. She then left the building at 7:21 a.m. and returned home. She drove back to work and arrived at the front gate at 8:35 a.m.


At 8:53 a.m., Moseley reentered the warehouse and, at 9:05 a.m., was seen exiting yet again, and she began shooting.

The first victim was shot outside, and she reentered the building again at 9:07 a.m. and continued shooting. There were 65 people working inside the warehouse.

After reentering the building, she continued shooting, striking the five additional victims before shooting herself in the head. Law enforcement officers were on scene within five minutes of initial dispatch. The suspect had already shot herself by the time police arrived.

Moseley had a last known address of Baltimore County and died at a local hospital. During the investigation, police determined that she was suffering from a mental illness and, over the last two weeks, had become increasingly agitated.

Court records list Moseley’s most recent address as being the 8100-block of Ridgetown Drive in Nottingham.

“Overnight the detectives interviewed family members and friends and executed a search warrant at the White Marsh residence of the shooter looking for some motive or some cause,” said Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler. “While no evidence directly related to the shooting was recovered, evidence that the shooter was suffering with a mental illness was identified.”

For more details on Thursday’s shooting incident, click here.

Governor Hogan, County Executive Mohler react to Aberdeen shooting

Crime SceneGovernor Larry Hogan and Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler have weighed in on Thursday’s shooting in the Aberdeen area.

Four people were killed and seven people injured in the shooting, which occurred at a Rite Aid distribution center in the 1500-block of Perryman Road at just after 9 a.m.

According to her social media profile, the suspect, Snochia Moseley, 26, attended Overlea High School and may have lived in Parkville at one time.  Moseley died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

No motive has yet been determined.

Governor Larry Hogan has issued the following statement:

“The First Lady and I are grieving for the loss of life in today’s shooting in Harford County, and praying that those who were injured fully recover. I remain in close contact with Harford County officials and state and local law enforcement as they continue to investigate.

“We are wholeheartedly grateful to the first responders who were at the scene in five minutes, and all medical and law enforcement personnel who are helping in the aftermath of this tragic shooting.”


County Executive Don Mohler has also issued a statement:

“Once again, a tragic act of gun violence has hit close to home as mass shootings have become the norm. Our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of such senseless violence, and to their families. But these words have begun to ring hollow as we have had 25 mass shootings in September and more than 150 this year. Enough is enough.

“If as leaders and communities, we don’t demand action, and demand it now, we should be embarrassed. This country is too great, its people too good, to remain in our bunkers stuck with talking points from the right or the left. There is not a “one size fits all” solution to the gun violence epidemic. It is about mental health. And although some may not like it, it is about easy access to guns. Complex issues rarely present binary choices. They are not “either/or.” They are difficult.

“‘Now is not the time’ is a weak excuse to do nothing. Doing nothing at a time when gun violence is terrorizing our communities is nonsense, plain and simple. Now, more than ever, is the time to act.

“We’ve never backed down from challenges in our nation, and we can’t back down now. If we pass this cancer onto the next generation, the blood will be on our hands.”

Aberdeen shooting: former Overlea High student identified as shooter

Homicide Crime SceneUPDATE: The victims have been identified. Police also believe the suspect had been suffering from mental illness. Click here for details.

Original story below…


A former student at a Nottingham-area high school has been identified as the suspect in Thursday’s shooting spree in Aberdeen.

According to her social media profile, Snochia Moseley, 26, attended Overlea High School. Her profile indicates that she is originally from Trenton, New Jersey.

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office identified Snochia Moseley as the suspected shooter on Thursday afternoon.

At 9:06 a.m., officers responded to a Rite Aid distribution center in the 1500-block of Perryman Road in Aberdeen for a report of shots fired.

Snochia Moseley
Image via Facebook

Four people are dead, including the shooter, who died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Seven people were injured in the shooting.

A motive has not yet been determined.

Police said that Snochia Moseley has a last-known addresss “in Baltimore County.”

Anyone with additional information on this incident is asked to call police at 410-838-5800.

Middle River teen dies after being shot with pellet gun

AmbulancePolice in Baltimore County continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding a shooting that involved a 15-year-old boy on Dogwood Drive in Middle River on Thursday night.

The boy later died from his injuries.

Police were called to Dogwood Drive (21220) for a report of a person who had suffered a gunshot wound.

EMS began life-saving procedures after finding the boy in the rear yard of the home in cardiac arrest, and continued life-saving procedures while he was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.

This incident is currently being investigated as an accidental injury death.

Police believe the teen was struck in the chest by a round or fragment of a round from a pellet rifle as he and a friend were shooting targets in the yard.

An investigating is ongoing at this hour.