CrimeNotorious crime figure Jolly shot to death on Milwaukee's north side
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LZ Jolly Jr., one of Milwaukee's most notorious crime figures known for beating numerous felony charges, including one for homicide, was shot to death during a fight outside a north side tavern, police said Friday.
Jolly, 42, was shot shortly before 11:30 p.m. Thursday in the 2500 block of West Hopkins Street, police said.
Jolly was one of Milwaukee'sfugitives for nearly three years after he and others were charged in a fatal drug-related shooting.
He had been arrested at least 17 times on suspicion of murder, shootings, carrying guns, dealing drugs and other crimes.
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Most of Jolly's charges were dismissed.
He had faced life in prison after being charged in connection with the fatal shooting of James Reese, 51, in a drug house in 2005.
He eventually agreed in an Alford plea to a charge of recklessly endangering safety and was sentenced to 16 months behind bars – time he already served in jail awaiting a trial – plus five years' probation.
In an Alford plea, a defendant admits there is enough evidence for a conviction but is also allowed to maintain innocence.
This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
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