Christopher Anderson sentenced to two life sentences for two separate murders
"You should not be given another opportunity to do what you have done." With those words, a judge sentenced 24-year-old Christopher Anderson of Milwaukee to two life in prison terms, without the chance of parole.
He was charged with two murders dating back to October of last year. Those two murders were the two separate shooting deaths of Jarvis Johnson and Vincent Williams.
According to the criminal complaint, Johnson was a witness to an unrelated homicide and found shot to death near 32nd and Wright on October 6th, 2016. The shooting death of Johnson was allegedly in retaliation for him having talked to police about a fellow gang member of Anderson.
Williams was found shot to death in an alley near 21st and Olive on October 12th. According to police, Williams was a known drug dealer from the west side of Chicago.
According to police, Anderson was a high ranking and violent gang member associated with the Brothers of the Struggle.
Anderson also got additional years added to his sentence for a kidnapping and attempted homicide charge.