Man Sentenced to 100 Years for Attempted Murder of Two Chicago Police Officers

Alvis Holley;  Photo: Cook County S.O.

Alvis Holley; Photo: Cook County S.O.

A man convicted of attempted murder on two Chicago police officers has been sentenced to 100 years in prison.

Alvis Holley, 28, was convicted in September of shooting two Chicago police officers in 2011 after they interrupted a drug transaction.

Holley was on parole at the time. Cook Count Judge Nicholas Ford sentenced Holley to the lengthy prison stint on Monday.

One of the officers is still disabled as a result of the shooting and can no longer work as a police officer. 


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