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The search for a former Baltimore County police officer who kidnapped his young daughters from their family home in Pennsylvania, then went on the run with the help of another officer, reportedly ended with all four people dead Thursday.
CBS News in Baltimore reports the bodies of former officer Robert Vicosa, his 6-year-old daughter Aaminah and her 7-year old sister Gianna, as well as that of Sgt. Tia Bynum of Baltimore County, were discovered in an SUV in west Maryland, killed by gunshots.
Vicosa was being sought in connection with kidnapping, armed carjacking, simple assault, and robbery charges, according to CBS. Bynum, who was friends with Vicosa, was wanted for alleged false imprisonment. Cops had gone to Bynum’s home Monday because they traced Vicosa’s phone to her home; however, she was uncooperative when police spoke to her that day.
The chaos began Saturday when Vicosa, with Bynum’s help, allegedly executed a plan to bound and torture the mother of his two children for several hours. His estranged wife reported the incident Sunday. Both girls were home at the time.
The mom alleged that Vicosa put a tracker on her phone and warned her not to go to law enforcement. She drove for a while, then went to authorities in a neighboring town. Once police went to her house, the girls were gone.
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