- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 21, 2014

HONOLULU (AP) - A man convicted of murder in a Honolulu highway shooting spree won’t be eligible for parole for over a century.

KITV (https://bit.ly/1tmLqQT ) reports the Hawaii Paroling Authority on Wednesday set a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 130 years for Toby Stangel. He will be up for parole in 2141.

Hawaii News Now (https://bit.ly/1jF8Wqs ) reports the earliest he’ll be able to request a reduction in sentence will be in 2071, when he will be 87 years old.

A judge last year sentenced Stangel to three consecutive life terms.

Stangel was convicted of the 2011 murder of Tammy Nguyen. The mother of 10 was shot in her minivan as her 16-year-old daughter watched.

He then shot and injured two motorists on the H-1 Freeway, kept driving and shot at two police officers.

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