Ulrich sentenced to life in prison for Buffalo clinic shooting
The man who walked into an Allina Health clinic in Buffalo last year and opened fire will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Friday afternoon, a judge sentenced 68-year-old Gregory Ulrich to life in prison without parole after a jury found him guilty on all 11 counts.
Earlier this month, Ulrich was found guilty of first-degree murder as well as several counts of attempted murder and assault in connection to the February 2021 shooting, which killed Lindsay Overbay and injured four others. It took jurors around six hours to find him guilty on all counts.
Ulrich testified that he initially intended to cause property damage but the situation changed when he arrived.
Friday, the man found guilty of killing one person and hurting four others at a Buffalo, Minnesota, health clinic will be sentenced.
Two weeks ago, a jury found Gregory Ulrich guilty on all 11 counts following the shooting at Allina Health Clinic last year.
Ulrich was accused of walking into the Allina Health Clinic in February 2021 and opening fire, killing Lindsay Overbay — a medical assistant working there at the time — and injuring four others.
Ulrich testified that he originally went to the clinic to cause property damage, saying the gun was to shoot windows and bombs were to cause damage to expensive equipment. But he then said the situation changed once he arrived.
Sentencing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m.