A man who was released from jail, went right over to his former girlfriend’s house and killed 4 people including himself, according to police reports.
Investigators couldn't immediately determine when the shooter bought the gun that was used to kill three people, including his former girlfriend who was on the phone with a 911 operator when she was killed.
The gunman, who had just been released from jail for domestic violence charges, shot and killed himself Tuesday, Weld County Sheriff John Cook said. Investigators searching the attacker's home found the
original box the gun was sold in, but they did not find a receipt so it was unclear when the gun was bought, Cook said.
The victims included the sister of his former girlfriend and the sister's husband. All were found dead in a house in unincorporated Weld County outside Longmont, about 35 miles north of Denver, Colorado.
Cook identified the dead as 25-year-old Beatriz Cintora-Silva, her sister, Maria Cintora-Silva, 22, and Max Aguirre Ojeda, 32, who was the husband of Maria Cintora-Silva.
The gunman was identified as Daniel Sanchez, 31.