The person additionally allegedly killed his sister-in-law and one other girl.
A Maryland man has been charged with allegedly killing his brother, a pharmacist, after going to confront him about “the federal government poisoning individuals with COVID vaccines,” based on courtroom paperwork.
Jeffrey Burnham allegedly killed his sister-in-law, one other girl and his brother, who administered vaccines, saying he was “killing individuals,” based on charging paperwork filed in Howard County, Maryland.
Burnham went to the Ellicott Metropolis, Maryland, house of his brother, Brian Robinette, and sister-in-law, Kelly Robinette, who had been later discovered lifeless of obvious gunshot wounds on Sept. 30, authorities allege.
Burnham needed to confront his brother in regards to the vaccine and stated that “Brian is aware of one thing!,” based on investigators.
He took off in his brother’s Corvette, authorities stated, and was pursued when the automobile’s EZ Cross was used and a tipster alerted authorities of seeing him. Burham was arrested in West Virginia and extradited again to Maryland on Tuesday.
Police additionally imagine that Burham could have killed one aged girl, Rebecca Reynolds, in Cumberland, Maryland, earlier than taking her automotive and touring to the house of his brother. Reynolds was discovered with a deep laceration to her throat inside her house, based on ABC Information affiliate WMAR.
Burham has been charged with two counts of first-degree homicide, two counts of second-degree homicide and use of a handgun in Howard County, Maryland. He was additionally charged with first diploma homicide and automotive theft in Allegany County, Maryland.
Burnham has not pleaded to the fees. His lawyer didn’t not instantly reply to request for remark.