Man sentenced to 100 years for armed robbery death

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A judge sentenced a Chicago man to 100 years in prison for killing an aspiring music producer during a botched robbery.

Darryl evans is convicted of murder in the 2008 shooting death of Mchael Phipps Jr., in front of a Mobil gas station at 76th and State Streets.

Prosecutors say Phipps had stopped to get gas, when Evans approached him, pulled out a handgun, and demanded his jewelry.

Evans shot Phipps after he refused.

Cook County Judge Maura Slattery Boyle sentenced Evans during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courts Building.

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