Man accused of killing pharmacist’s brother outraged by COVID vaccine
A Maryland man accused of killing his pharmacist brother and sister-in-law has expressed outrage over the administration of COVID-19 vaccines, the Guardian reports. to court documents Obtained by Multimedia.
Jeffrey Burnham, 46, was arrested Friday in West Virginia after an 18-hour search. He is accused of killing his brother, Brian Robinette, 58, and his sister-in-law, Kelly Sue Robinette, 57, in their home near Baltimore.
He is also accused of killing 83-year-old Rebecca Reynolds, who was a friend of his mother, at a separate location in Cumberland, Maryland.
Burnham, who is being held in Allegany County (Maryland) jail without bail after being extradited from West Virginia, is charged with three counts of murder — two in separate counties — and one count of car theft. His brother’s red battleship was stolen in 2007 and served as Burnham’s escape vehicle, according to court documents.
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Burnham’s mother had expressed concern about her son’s mental health before the murder, according to online court documents. He told his mother that he intended to confront his late brother over the coronavirus vaccine and that he believed this was an attempt by the government to “kill people with a COVID-19 bullet.”
Burnham’s mother said in court documents that Burnham told her “Brian knows something” and claimed the FBI was chasing him. It is unclear whether that confrontation between the two brothers took place and the police did not identify this as a motive.
After his brother’s car was stolen, Burnham stopped at someone’s house asking for fuel. He told the person that he would be on TV and that his brother was “killing people with a COVID-19 bullet.” Next, the person called the police, which prompted the search across state lines into West Virginia.
When he was arrested, Burnham confessed to killing three people, NBC Baltimore reported.