Virginia law enforcement officials said they were sure there was a link between the shooting of the highly regarded military couple on Wednesday morning and a two-day raid on their home. Earlier, when a victim told the dispatcher there was someone “after her son,” according to police and local police.
Police officers were called to Col.’s Springfield home. Gen. Edward McDaniel, Jr. and Dr. Colonel Brenda McDaniel retired on Monday to receive reports of a potential burglary. A few days later, the married parents were shot in the front yard.
After receiving a 911 call on Monday for reports of pending disputes and burglary, the dispatcher told response officers, the caller said she and her husband had a shotgun and were in the upper part of the House Ta. According to WRC NBC, a well-known TV station in Washington, D.C., they said they believed the alleged culprit was in their basement, according to reports.
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“The caller was discussing the matter after her son, and he was with them upstairs,” the dispatcher might hear.
On Wednesday morning, MacDaniels was at the front lawn to “Little beggars” when the suspects confront them and open fire, officials said. Edward, 55, and Brenda, 63, died at the scene.
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Police arrested 19-year-old D’Angelo Strand on Thursday morning and hours later arrested 20-year-old Ronnie Marshall.The couple were charged with two counts of murder and two counts of using a firearm in the felony offense of Fairfax County Police. And the commander of the major crime unit is Major Ed O’Carroll.
Both men were arrested without obligation in Friday’s lawsuit, local subsidiary WTTG, Fox’s television station in the nation’s capital, reported.
O’Carroll said McDaniels was an Army physician and that Edward was a lieutenant colonel while Brenda retired.
Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis told reporters on Thursday: At least one of the two “people” arrested at the villa on Monday.
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Davis said investigators were confident the shooting had happened earlier in the dispute and that the gunman worked with the victim’s male relatives. Davis said the department was also confident that Wednesday’s murder. “In connection with Monday’s call of 911 to provide services and a burglary investigation”
“We believe yesterday’s tragic double murder was a follow-up and related to the interactions that took place Monday,” he continued.
The researchers are still working to find out more about the dispute.
“We are interested in knowing the true nature of the dispute, so we do our best to figure out what it is. But for now the motive is dispute, we are doing our best to figure out what it is. All about But it came back on Monday. “
Fox News’ Michael Ruiz contributed to this report.