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Court Docs: Man who went on killing rampage in Md. to plead guilty

Eulalio Tordil (Photo courtesy of Montgomery County Police Department)

Eulalio Tordil, the 63-year-old man accused of going on a killing rampage in Prince George's and Montgomery Counties in May 2016, plans to plead guilty in court on Tuesday, according to court documents.

Tordil is expected to plead guilty to two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder. The guidelines laid out in the court documents call for life in prison without the possibility of parole.

RELATED: WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT EULALIO TORDIL, THE MAN ALLEGEDLY BEHIND DEADLY SHOOTINGS

Back in May, Tordil, a federal protective service officer and former Army reservist, followed his estranged wife, Gladys, to High Point High School in Beltsville where she was picking up her two daughters.

Police say Tordil got out of his vehicle and confronted Gladys as she sat in her SUV waiting for her children.

A man, witnessing the domestic dispute that was happening between Tordil and his estranged wife, tried to intervene. That is when Tordil turned his gun on the Good Samaritan.

After shooting the man, Tordil shot and killed his wife. She was 44 years old.

Tordil continued his violent streak into the next day where he allegedly opened fire outside of Macy’s at Westfield Montgomery Mall, killing one man and injuring two other people.

Police believe after the shooting outside of Macy’s, Tordil then drove to a nearby Giant in Aspen Hill where he shot and killed a woman sitting in her car.

Police say that Tordil intended on committing “suicide by cop,” but that plan was thwarted when about 100 officers surrounded him outside of Boston Market.

Read the court document below:

This is a developing story.





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