Josiah Ivy Murders 2 Strangers

Josiah Ivy was sixteen years old living in Colorado when he would murder two strangers during a home invasion

According to court documents Josiah Ivy and an accomplice would pick a random couple who they would follow back to their home. Josiah would push his way into the home and fatally shoot the male homeowner. Ivy would chase the female homeowner around the home and would fatally shoot her as well

Josiah Ivy would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole

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Where Is Josiah Ivy Now

Josiah Ivy is currently incarcerated at Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility

When Is Josiah Ivy Release Date

Josiah Ivy is serving a life sentence and is not eligible for parole until 2081

Josiah Ivy Case

The teen involved in the 2002 slaying of a Crystola couple could face less time behind bars after a judge handed him a reduced sentence Tuesday.

Josiah Ivy, 33, was hoping for a shot at parole following a 2012 Supreme Court ruling, which found life sentences without parole for juveniles unconstitutional. Since 2005, Ivy has been serving two consecutive life sentences with no chance of release.

Tuesday, a judge resentenced him to 84 years in prison with parole eligibility.

Ivy was 16 years old when he participated in the murders of Gary Alflen, 47, and Stacy Dahl, 39, in November 2002. Prosecutors said he wanted to “see what it felt like” to kill.

Despite claiming insanity at the time of the killings, he was ruled competent to stand trial and swiftly found guilty by a jury.

His co-killer, Michael Paprocki is currently serving back-to-back life sentences. Paprocki, four years older than Ivy, was not a minor at the time of the murders and does not benefit from the Supreme Court decision.

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Josiah Ivy News

A 19-year-old accused of gunning down two people just to see how it felt to kill someone was sentenced to life in prison without parole after a jury convicted him of four counts of murder.

Josiah Ivy was sentenced Tuesday to two life terms plus 24 years for the November 2002 deaths of Gary Alflen, 47, and his wife, Stacy Dahl, 39.

“You wanted to know what it felt like to kill people,” District Judge Kirk Samelson told Ivy. “Now you’re going to know what it’s like to spend the rest of your life in prison.” Ivy was convicted of two counts of premeditated first-degree murder, two counts of felony murder and nine other counts. An accomplice, Michael Paprocki, was sentenced last November to two life terms without parole plus 40 years after he was convicted of murder and other counts.

Prosecutors said Ivy, then 16, and Paprocki, then 19, chose Alflen and Dahl at random and killed them to see what it would be like.

A 19-year-old accused of gunning down two people just to see how it felt to kill someone was sentenced to life in prison without parole after a jury convicted him of four counts of murder.

Josiah Ivy was sentenced Tuesday to two life terms plus 24 years for the November 2002 deaths of Gary Alflen, 47, and his wife, Stacy Dahl, 39.

“You wanted to know what it felt like to kill people,” District Judge Kirk Samelson told Ivy. “Now you’re going to know what it’s like to spend the rest of your life in prison.” Ivy was convicted of two counts of premeditated first-degree murder, two counts of felony murder and nine other counts. An accomplice, Michael Paprocki, was sentenced last November to two life terms without parole plus 40 years after he was convicted of murder and other counts.

Prosecutors said Ivy, then 16, and Paprocki, then 19, chose Alflen and Dahl at random and killed them to see what it would be like.

Teen killer sentenced to life

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