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Felon gets life without parole for murdering elderly man at his Crete Township home

A twice-convicted murderer was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole after being convicted in the 2014 killing of an elderly man in south suburban Crete Township.

Jesus Larosa | Will County state’s attorney’s office

Jesus Larosa, 50, was found guilty in March of three counts of first-degree murder in the slaying of 85-year-old Alfred Hilton, according to a statement from the Will County state’s attorney’s office. Larosa, who previously served 20 years for another murder conviction, was free on parole when he killed Hilton.

“This heinous crime was committed by a ruthless killer with no regard for human life,” Will County State’s Attorney James W.