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Former Soldier Holds 3 Hostage At Georgia Hospital

September 07, 2010  | 

A former Army soldier held three medical employees hostage of the Winn Army Community Hospital.

The suspect entered the hospital heavily armed and held three people hostage including a medic, behavior health nurse and technician, reports WSAV.com. He was taken into custody without harming them.

The suspect had a .38 caliber revolver, 9 mm semiautomatic pistol, an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, .22 version of a semiautomatic weapon called an MP5 and ammunition.

The suspect has been identified as Robert Anthony Quinones, 29, and is being held on charges in connection with assault of a federal officer, kidnapping, threatening to kill President Barack Obama and a former president.

Read the full story at WSAV.com.

Tags: Hostage Situations, Military-related, Barack Obama


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