On Friday, Eulalio Tordil, a former Federal Protective Service officer, was sentenced to life in prison without parole in a Maryland court for the shooting death of his estranged wife and two other people.
Tordil, 64, went on a two-day shooting spree, killing three people and injuring three others in May 2016.
In April, he pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted first-degree murder and two counts of first-degree murder in a Montgomery County court. In June, he pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder and first-degree murder in Prince George’s County.
On May 5, 2016, Gladys Tordil, 44, arrived at a Prince George’s County high school to pick up her children, when she shot and killed by Tordil. Another man was shot when he tried to intervene. Tordil fled the scene in a rental vehicle.
While on the run, Tordil killed Claudina Molina, 65, and Malcom Winffel, 45, on May 6, 2016.
After being spotted in a parking lot, he was arrested and taken into custody that afternoon.