DAILYKENN.com -- Ronald Williams Hamilton, 32, an Army staff sergeant stationed at the Pentagon, has been identified as the person who opened fire on three police officers responding to a domestic dispute report.
The crime occurred in Prince William County, Virginia.
The Virginia man accused of killing his wife and a rookie police officer is an active-duty Army staff sergeant assigned the Pentagon, officials told NBC News Sunday.
Ronald Hamilton, 32, is being held without bond on charges of capital murder of a police officer, assault with a fire arm and murder in the first degree, according to the Prince William County Adult Detention Center.
Hamilton could face the death penalty, said the Prince William County Commonwealth Attorney Paul Ebert.
Hamilton is accused of killing Prince William County Police Officer Ashley Guindon and injuring two other officers who were called to a domestic disturbance at a Woodbridge home. After Hamilton surrendered, police searched the home and found a dead woman, an unharmed 11-year-old boy and two guns — a .45-caliber pistol and a long rifle.
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