Former Baltimore Cop Goes Rogue, Manhunt Has Deadly End

Former Baltimore Cop Goes Rogue, Manhunt Has Deadly End


A days-long manhunt that began on Nov. 14 has ended in heartbreak as ex-cop Robert Vicosa, suspended cop Tia Bynum and Vicosa’s two young daughters were found dead on Thursday.

Vicosa, 41, was with the Baltimore County Police Department for 17 years but had a history of failing to show up to court when required, falling asleep on the job and displaying “improper conduct” with female subordinates, according to WGAL-TV.

At first he was demoted from sergeant to officer, but in August he was officially let go.

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Bynum, who also worked with the Baltimore County Police Department for 14 years, was suspended and had at some point been disciplined for running a department car into a tree, according to WGAL.

On Sunday, authorities reported that

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