Snochia Moseley has been named as the suspect in the recent deadly shooting at a Rite aid warehouse in Maryland.
The shooting took place late Thursday and authorities are still trying to determine why Moseley would open fire, find below her top 10 facts that we know so far.
#1 Snochia Moseley opened fire at her workplace
Snochia Moseley opened fire at the Rite Aid warehouse where she had taken a temporary job.
#2 She killed people before taking her own life
On Thursday she had reported for work as normal but moments later she opened fire against employees, killing three and fatally wounding herself.
#3 She used a Glock 9 mm
The Glock 9 mm used in the shooting was registered to her name
#4 She did not have a criminal record
Moseley didn’t have a criminal record according to the sheriff’s office
#5 She was recently stopped several times by police
Moseley was stopped by Baltimore County police three times in a corner of White Marsh between the Baltimore Beltway and Interstate 95, according to online court records.
#6 She drove a 2005 Ford
At the time she was issued tickets for, among other things, not having current registration plates; having a suspended registration; failing to update her address with the MVA; and not having insurance.
#7 She had a trial pending
On Sept. 14, the courts received a request to take the cases to trial, according to the online records.
#8 Snochia Moseley described herself as transgender
According to reports, it was not clear whether Moseley preferred to be addressed using masculine or feminine pronouns, however she discussed to friend in Facebook messages about beginning hormone treatment.
#9 She kept in contact with friends through Facebook messages
Two people that talked regularly with Moseley said they felt for her, another said that she wasn’t an angry person at all and that if she did this, it was the final straw.
#10 She didn’t finish college
26-year-old Snochia Moseley graduated from Overlea High School in 2011, a Baltimore County Schools spokesman said. Moseley enrolled at the Community College of Baltimore County that year and attended classes on and off until 2015, a spokeswoman said, but did not earn a degree.