Shootings Newspaper

Police tape surrounds the front entrance of the office building housing the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis. A man armed with smoke grenades and a shotgun attacked journalists in the building on June 28, killing five people.

After there’s an incident, Scott Zimmerman usually sees a spike in calls.

Zimmerman is a Frederick resident and the founder and CEO of K17 Security in Rockville, which provides services including security awareness training, risk and vulnerability assessments, and active shooter response training.

Follow Ryan Marshall on Twitter: @RMarshallFNP.

Ryan Marshall is the transportation and growth and development reporter for the News-Post. He can be reached at rmarshall@newspost.com.

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pappyjoe

Maryland should consider getting on board with the Utah concealed firearm permit.

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