Maryland fugitives, 2 children found dead in SUV in apparent murder-suicide after manhunt

Following a manhunt, a Maryland man accused of kidnapping his daughters was found dead Thursday inside an SUV alongside together with his alleged confederate and his two daughters in an apparent murder-suicide. 

Robert Vicosa, 41, Tia Bynum, 35, and his two children, Aaminah, 6, and Giana, 7, all died from gunshot wounds, Maryland State Police stated in a launch. 

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Vicosa was a former Baltimore County police officer and Bynum was a present Baltimore County police sergeant, FOX 5 in Washington, D.C. reported. 

Robert Vicosa and Tia Bynum were accused in a Pennsylvania crime spree and for allegedly kidnapping his two daughters who died from gunshots wounds Thursday. (Baltimore County Police Department via AP)

Robert Vicosa and Tia Bynum have been accused in a Pennsylvania crime spree and for allegedly kidnapping his two daughters who died from gunshots wounds Thursday. (Baltimore County Police Department by way of AP)
(Baltimore County Police Department by way of AP)

The two have been needed in a Pennsylvania crime spree, FOX 5 reported. 

Pennsylvania State Police tried to cease the SUV, which matched the suspect car description, Thursday afternoon, however the driver went throughout the state line into Maryland, hanging a culvert, skidding off the highway and coming to a cease in a grassy space in Washington County. 

Authorities work a the scene of a crash outside the small town of Ringgold, Md., Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, that ended the manhunt for ex-Baltimore County Officer Robert Vicosa and his alleged criminal accomplice, Tia Bynum. The two had been on the run after allegedly kidnapping his two daughters, ages 7 and 6, from his estranged wife in York County, Pa. (Kevin Richardson/The Baltimore Sun via AP)

Authorities work a the scene of a crash exterior the small city of Ringgold, Md., Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, that ended the manhunt for ex-Baltimore County Officer Robert Vicosa and his alleged felony confederate, Tia Bynum. The two had been on the run after allegedly kidnapping his two daughters, ages 7 and 6, from his estranged spouse in York County, Pa. (Kevin Richardson/The Baltimore Sun by way of AP)

“Our crisis negotiation team made several attempts to contact the occupants of the vehicle,” Elena Russo, spokeswoman for Maryland State Police, informed reporters. “After receiving no response and low visibility inside the vehicle because of a thick layer of smoke that was contained in the interior of the vehicle, police made entry into the passenger side.”

Maryland troopers found all 4 unresponsive in the SUV, Bynum in the driving force’s seat and the opposite three in the again. 

Bynum, Vicosa and one of many children have been pronounced dead on the scene. The different baby was pronounced dead at a hospital. It wasn’t clear who shot the children. 

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Vicosa was accused of kidnapping his daughters after sexually assaulting his ex-wife in  York County, Pennsylvania, based on FOX 5. 



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