ROCKVILLE, Md. - A federal security officer accused of killing his estranged wife and two others in a three separate shooting incidents in Maryland has been indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury on Thursday.
Eulalio Tordil has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and four counts of use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence, according to the Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office.
Tordil, an employee of the Federal Protective Service, is accused of fatally shooting 44-year-old Gladys Tordil in the parking lot of High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland in domestic-related incident on May 5. A man who attempted to intervene in the incident was also wounded.
While still on the run, police said the 62-year-old man then shot two more people during an apparent carjacking at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda the following day, killing 45-year-old Malcom Winffel. About a half hour later, Tordil is believed to have fatally shot 65-year-old Claudina Molina in a grocery store parking lot in Aspen Hill.
Hours later, Tordil was apprehended by police in a neighboring shopping center across the street from the grocery store.
If convicted, Tordil faces life in prison.
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