By Steve Neavling
A Homeland Security police officer is accused of killing his estranged wife and two others during a two-day rampage of violence.
Eulalio “Leo” Tordil, 62, was arrested Friday afternoon and is charged with first-degree murder and related charges.
The Washington Post reports that the Federal Protection Service stripped Tordil of his gun and badge in March after his wife was granted a protective order. She said her husband “threatened to harm me if I leave.”
The incident allegedly provoked the rampage in Maryland. Tordil is accused of shooting his wife and four seeming strangers. His wife and two of the others died.