CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man who shot and killed his psychiatrist's wife inside the doctor's office more than five years ago will spend up to 45 years in prison.
Emmanuel Nzambi pleaded guilty but mentally ill Tuesday in the May 2007 killing of Mary Moola in an office on the Holy Spirit Hospital campus in Cumberland County.
Moola's husband Jagadeesh had been treating Nzambi for schizophrenia.
Nzambi is already serving at least 20 years for shooting a neighbor in Dauphin County about two months after Moola's killing. Police matched the bullet in that shooting to the one that killed Moola.
Nzambi's lawyer says his client bought the gun in 2005 when mental health hospitalizations didn't show up on a background check.