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Twin brothers are both serving prison time for separate killings

CHICAGO - A man who was sentenced in the fatal shooting of an Evanston, Ill., resident will join his twin brother in the Illinois prison population.

Dominic Connerly, 27, apologized to the family of the shooting victim before he was sentenced last week

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