Man Convicted In Norfolk Bank Slaying Sentenced

Jorge Galindo has been sentenced to death. He's the first of the four men convicted in the Norfolk bank murders to be sentenced.

Galindo was convicted of five counts of first-degree murder last December. Prosecutors say he shot assistant bank manager Lola Elwood at her desk in September of 2002. Surveillance tapes indicate the gunmen were in the bank for only 40 seconds, and no money was taken.