The man who broke into the Long Island home near Hofstra University and took its residents hostage before a gunfight with police that left him and one of the female students dead had an extensive criminal record, according to The New York Times. Dalton Smith, 30, also a Long Island resident, was wanted for violating parole on a robbery conviction. Smith was killed during the gun battle, as was a 20-year-old junior Andrea Rebello—who lived in the home with her twin sister. It’s stil unclear whether Rebello was killed by Smith or by police crossfire.
Campus Tragedy Dalton Smith of Hempstead, N.Y. (Nassau County Police Department/AP)