David Berkowitz terrorized New York City by killing six people and wounding seven others in seemingly random shootings from July 1976 to July 1977:
July 29, 1976: Jody Valenti and Donna Lauria, 18, pictured, were shot as they sat in a parked car in Bronx, N.Y. Lauria died instantly from a gunshot wound to her neck. Valenti survived.
Oct. 23, 1976: Carl Denaro, 20, and Rosemary Keenan, 18, were shot while sitting in Denaro's parked car. Both survived, but Denaro was struck in the head by one of the bullets.
Nov. 27, 1976: Donna DeMasi and Joanne Lomino, 18, were walking near Lomino's home in Queens, N.Y., after a late movie. Berkowitz followed them briefly, then shot them. DeMasi survived without suffering permanent physical harm, but Lomino was paralyzed.
Jan. 30, 1977: Christine Freund, 26, and her fiance, John Diel, were shot as they sat in a parked car in Flushing, N.Y. Freund died; Diel survived the attack.