A Rockford man was sentenced to 25 years in prison followed by three years of mandatory supervised release after pleading guilty to First Degree Murder.
James Bruce Agee walked into the Criminal Justice Center in October 2010 and indicated to security officers that he had killed Denise Davis, his ex-girlfriend. Police went to the home of Davis, where they found her unresponsive. She was later pronounced dead at a hospital due to asphyxiation consistent with strangulation.
The sentencing range for First Degree Murder is 20 to 60 years with a 3 year mandatory period of supervised release.
Agee will serve 100 percent of his sentence.
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