Maine State Police have arrested a 34-year-old man in connection to four people who were found dead inside a home on Tuesday.
The Police announced on Tuesday evening that the suspect, Joseph Eaton, has been charged with murder.
After the four victims were found dead inside a home in Bowdoin, a short time later, around 10:30am, three people were shot while driving south on Interstate 295 in Yarmouth, Police said.
Authorities said the incidents were connected.
Joseph Eaton allegedly went on a violent rampage in Maine on Tuesday before being taken into custody by Police.
The interstate victims have been hospitalized. One person was in critical condition, Police said.
None of the victims have been publicly identified and no motive has been given, however police are planning to give an update soon.
Hours before the attack, Mr Eaton posted a sobbing Facebook video speaking about his “trauma” and “being molested”, The Independent reported.
In the video, posted online on Monday, he said that people think he is “just another f*** up” and complained about people who “claim to be Christian”.
“Investigators will be working throughout the night processing multiple scenes and continuing to interview people involved with this incident,” Police said in a statement.
Yarmouth is about 25 miles south of Bowdoin.
Eaton is expected to make an initial court appearance later this week, Police said.