Man convicted in Joliet murders sentenced to life in prison

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A man who strangled two people in Joliet was sentenced to life in prison.

Joshua Miner was found guilty last month of murdering Eric Glover and Terrance Rankins in January 2013.

Miner showed little emotion as the judge read that guilty verdict.

A total of three people have now been sentenced in this case, and a fourth person is expected to go on trial.

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4 comments

  • WWWWLI

    So this 24 year old will now spend the remainder of his life in jail. Lets assume he dies in prison at the age of 84. That is 60 years at $60,000 per year to keep him incarcerated. That comes out to $36,00,000.00! The other 3 will most likely get the same. So if all spend 60 years in prison that comes out to $144,000,000.00. I think that money could fix quite a few of Illinois issues (Creating jobs, Homeless, etc.). Their crime was too horrible to simply get life in prison. Bring back the death penalty, old school firing squad. Bullets are $.50 a piece.

    • broker33

      No matter How Much! Its Too Much in Money and Lives Lost!
      The Worst Have to Go! The Rest Need to Serve Hard Time to Deter them from ever wanting to come back to Prison.
      There will be more. Pray for the Man who was Working delivering Pizzas Monday Morning and is Now Dead. Why? The CPD WILL catch the Scum who did this. Add that to the List. How Many More TImes, How Many More Families will be Destroyed. We NEED to Stop the Violence.