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Sunday, 10 May 2009

Rick Freeman 23-year-old Beloit man is sentenced to life in prison

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Rick Freeman 23-year-old Beloit man is sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty by a jury of a 2005 gang-related shooting death.
According to the Rock County District Attorney's office, Judge James Daley also sentenced Rick Freeman to five years in prison followed by five years extended supervision for three counts of second degree reckless endangerment. Those charges stem from an incident in 2007 where Freeman attempted to elude a Beloit police officer and collided with another car. Freeman is sentenced to an additional ten years in prison followed by five years supervision for his conviction of possession with intent to deliver cocaine. That was a second offense and within 1,000 feet of a school.As a result of these cases, Freeman will be eligible for parole in 45 years.

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