46-year old, Jeffrey Burnham, of Maryland has been charged with killing his brother, who is a pharmacist, after going to confront him about “the government poisoning people with COVID vaccines”, according to court documents that were obtained by ABC NEWS.
Burnham is also accused of killing his sister-in-law and another woman who administered vaccines. He claimed they were “killing people”, according to the court documents. Burnham is alleged to have went to his brother’s home in Elliot City, Maryland. Where his brother, Brian Robinette, and Brian’s wife, Kelly Robinette resided. Police later found both dead from gunshot wounds to the head.
Burnham allegedly went there to confront his brother about the vaccine. He allegedly told a witness “Brian knows something!” before going to his brother’s home. Burnham took off in his brother’s Corvette after killing him. Police were made aware of Burnham’s location when the vehicle’s E-Z Pass was used, and a tipster alerted authorities of seeing him. Burnham was arrested in West Virginia. He was extradited back to Maryland to face charges on Tuesday.
Police also believe Burnham murdered an elderly woman in Cumberland, Maryland. According to police, Burnham drove to his brother’s house in a car belonging to Rebecca Reynolds, of Cumberland, Maryland. Reynolds was found inside her home by police. Her throat had been slit and showed deep lacerations.
Burnham has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of second-degree murder, and use of a handgun, in Howard County, Maryland. He was also charged with one count of first-degree murder, and one count of car theft, in Allegany County, Maryland.