Colorado gunman who killed 6 was fuming over birthday-party.
The gunman who launched a bloodbath that killed six people at a Colorado birthday party was angry because he hadn’t been invited, cops said Tuesday.
Cold-blooded Colorado Springs killer Teodoro Macias, 28, had been dating one of the victims for roughly a year — and was incensed when her family failed to ask him over for the gig, police said at a press conference.
Macias, known to be the jealous and controlling type, wielded a Smith & Wesson handgun and two 15-round magazines when he fatally gunned down his victims in a mobile-home park early Sunday.
Cops recovered 17 spent shells at the scene.
The murderer fatally shot himself after unleashing his carnage at the celebration-turned-nightmare, where three kids, including a 2-year-old, had gathered along with about seven adults, authorities said. The children were uninjured.
At first, a dispatcher tells responders, “Police on scene are advising that there are four victims and that you are clear to go in.”
The shaken dispatcher then says, “The sergeant on the scene is saying that medical is cleared to enter for all six patients. … They’re saying we have six.”
Among those slain were Macias’s girlfriend, Sandra Ibarra, her sister, Mayra Perez, and brother Jose Ibarra.
Other victims included Mayra’s husband, Melvin Perez — whose birthday was being celebrated along with that of his younger sister, Nuvia Marquez.