Chief Investigating Officer David Reichenbaugh On The Hunt for the Beltway Snipers
DAVID REICHENBAUGH served as the criminal intelligence operations commander for the Maryland State Police, and as the commanding officer at the scene, during the Beltway snipers' capture in Myersville, Maryland.
October 2, 2002. A bullet pierced the window of a crafts store in Maryland, just missing the cashier. But other bullets hit their targets. In Pursuit follows the hunt for the Beltway snipers during the twenty-three-day shooting spree that terrorized Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. David Reichenbaugh--the criminal intelligence operations commander for the Maryland State Police, and commanding officer at the scene during the snipers' capture in Myersville, Maryland--played a major role in the investigation from the first day of the killing spree through its final act, as the snipers were cornered in a rest area in western Maryland. He is one of very few people who know the complete details of the investigation and capture of the snipers.
Working against the clock with few clues and little evidence, hundreds of investigators from federal, state, county, and city law enforcement agencies struggled to find answers to the questions: Who were the killers? Was their choice of victims random? And most of all, Why did they kill? When the killers began leaving notes to taunt the police, investigators were finally able to begin assembling a picture, piercing the fog of uncertainty and terror that filled the region.
Saturday, January 12, 2019 - 2:00pm
1312 East Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23219
The author is excited to announce that he will be at Fountain Book Store 1312 E. Cary Street Richmond Virginia on Saturday January 12th at 2PM to sign his new book In Pursuit the Hunt for the Beltway Snipers and answer any questions concerning the beltway sniper case. As a key member of the team that tracked and captured the beltway snipers he has the true story on how the most intense and largest man hunt in American Law Enforcement History was conducted.