1985 – Born on the 18th of February in Kingston, Jamaica.
1998 – Attended York Castle High school under the name Lee Malvo in Jamaica before he and his mother emigrated to Antigua.
2001 – He was charged by the Commonwealth of Virginia for two capital crimes: the murder of FBI analyst Linda Franklin "in the commission of an act of terrorism", and the murder of more than one person in a three-year period.
2002 – Along with John Allen Muhammad, was arrested in October in connection with the Beltway sniper attacks.
2004 – A judge formally sentenced him to life in prison without parole.
2005 – The Supreme Court ruled in Roper v. Simmons that the Eighth Amendment prohibits execution for crimes committed when under the age of 18. As he was 17 when he committed the crimes, cannot face the death penalty, but still may be extradited to Alabama, Louisiana, and other states for prosecution.
2006 – He told authorities that he and John Allen Muhammad were guilty of four additional shootings.
– The four most recently linked victims were also shot in 02′: a man killed in Los Angeles during a robbery in February or March; a 76-year-old man who survived a shooting on the 18th of May at a golf course in Clearwater, Florida; a man shot to death while doing yard work in Denton, Texas, May 27th; and a 54-year-old man who survived being shot August 1 during a robbery outside a shopping mall near Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
– In October, led guilty to the six murders he was charged with in Maryland.