ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WTXF) - Hundreds attended a candlelight vigil Friday night outside the state house in Annapolis to honor the victims of the recent Edgewood, Maryland shooting.
Now, the discussion turns to gun control, with some saying concealed carry permits could have prevented some of the deaths.
"We believe like all the surrounding states, including now D.C., that Maryland citizens should be allowed to carry a firearm for their self-defense if they so choose," one attendee told FOX 29. "Perhaps if somebody would have had a concealed carry weapon up in Edgewood yesterday maybe that tragedy wouldn't have turned out as badly as it did."
Suspect Radee Prince was captured and arrested in Delaware.
He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and weapons charges. Prince will be back in court in late-October.