Man accused of firing at random buildings, drivers linked to 2 more shootings; total reaches 9

Police are linking another two shooting incidents, for a total of nine, to a Maryland man suspected of firing a gun at random buildings and drivers.

Anne Arundel County Police on Wednesday said they had linked 35-year-old Hong Young to shooting damage at a public library and the Maryland Live! Casino.

Police said the shooting at the Russett Library in Laurel happened about 3 a.m. March 2, shortly after calls for shots fired were reported at a Wal-Mart across the street.

Investigators found a bullet hole in one of the library's window and in the ceiling.

Police also linked bullet holes found on the exterior of the Maryland Live! Casino to Young.

Young is being held without bond on charges of attempted murder and assault in a Feb. 24 shooting that injured a man.