A Virginia man allegedly drove more than six hours to kill a school superintendent in western New York because he believed the man was having an affair with his wife. Investigators tell the Associated Press that they believe 42-year-old Anthony Robert Taglianetti II of Woodbridge, Virginia shot and killed Keith Reed outside his home in Clymer, New York after intercepting a message between Reed and Mary Jenks Taglianetti. "As far as we can tell, Keith had no idea that she was married," Reed's brother Kevin, a former FBI agent, said. Reed said his brother met Mary Taglianetti on Match.com, and that her profile noted that she was divorced.

Investigators say that Reed and Mary Taglianetti had a romantic relationship "some time ago" and that the Taglianettis were separated at the time. U.S. Marshals arrested Anthony Taglianetti on Friday as he was driving through the Shenandoah Valley and found a handgun in his car. Authorities say that Taglianetti was also driving with camping supplies. Taglianetti was charged with second-degree murder and is awaiting extradition.

“He loved his job. He loved the kids. He knew every kid’s name, K through 12,” Kevin Reed said of his brother's job as a superintendent of a 468-student district in a town of 1,500 people. “He didn’t just ruin my family’s life. He has affected thousands of lives with three shots. He’s a coward, and I’ll be there in court every day.”