FORMER cop Robert Vicosa, his two “kidnapped daughters” and his friend were all found dead Thursday in Smithsburg, Md.
Vicosa – who has been accused of kidnapping his two daughters – had a wife named Tia Bynum with him when police caught up with them.
All four were found dead after a multi-day crime spree ended in Smithsburg, Md.
When the state and local police found Vicosa’s vehicle, they attempted to stop the traffic, according to WBAL TV.
Chief Timothy Damon said: “This vehicle did not give way and started to drive erratically.
“During this erratic driving, the vehicle finally drifted off the road and came to a stop.
“Maryland State Police arrived and assisted the other agencies at the scene and approached the vehicle.
“As the vehicle approached, they found several dead inside the vehicle.”
Becky Metrick from PennLive tweeted a photo of a road closed Thursday night and wrote: “I am in Washington County, Maryland, where police have closed Ringgold Pike where the subject of a multi-day search, Robert Vicosa, is believed to have died, along with his two girls and a suspended Baltimore County police officer / friend who was helping him. “
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