Witnesses say that Shojaeifard showed up at the house yesterday morning and got in an argument with his wife when he spotted moving trucks clearing her things out of the home. The two had been separated for a year and had an impending divorce. He then returned with a gun inside a case and opened fire around 12:30 p.m. While most neighbors told reporters that the shooting came as a complete shock, the Post talked to one who said that Shojaeifard had been a menace to the family. The neighbor said, "He was really violent and kept the mother and daughter as prisoners. The daughter was scared to go to school sometimes because she came covered in bruises. He moved four blocks away, but he drove by all the time, stalking them. It was creepy."