Mills:— The Maine Wire (@TheMaineWire) October 26, 2023
"I have spoken twice with President Biden, I've spoken with VP Harris, secretary of Homeland Security Mayorkas, and Secretary of HHS Becerra… All have expressed the Biden administration's full and unwavering support." pic.twitter.com/mWdQQVvBXB
Maine State Police Colonel William Ross:— The Maine Wire (@TheMaineWire) October 26, 2023
"Approximately 8 people (the deceased) at this point have been identified, 10 of these victims still need to be identified." pic.twitter.com/GWqPxjst8d
"Currently, there is an arrest warrant for 8 counts of murder for Mr. Card… Those counts will probably go to a total of 18." https://t.co/K42LqDlEKV— The Maine Wire (@TheMaineWire) October 26, 2023
"Our reality for today is that this suspect is still at large… We have an incredibly strong, laser-like focus on bringing this suspect into custody." pic.twitter.com/Q6Y1pBoHPb— The Maine Wire (@TheMaineWire) October 26, 2023
A spokesperson from the U.S. Department of Defense confirmed that Card was enlisted in the Army Reserve.
“Sgt. 1st Class Robert R. Card II is a Petroleum Supply Specialist in the Army Reserve, enlisting in December 2002,” the DOD spokesperson said. “He has no combat deployments. His awards include the Army Achievement Medal, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal x2, Humanitarian Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal and Army Service Ribbon.”
This story will be updated as new information comes in.