Justin Boulay

Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Convicted Murderer Registry To Go Live On New Year’s Day

A new law inspired by the murder of a Batavia teenager will set up a registry of convicted murderers starting New Year’s Day.

CBS Chicago–12/30/2011

Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Victim’s Mother Campaigns For Murder Registry Law

Some convicted murderers in Illinois could have to register like sex offenders, if a state proposal becomes law.

CBS Chicago–03/18/2011

Justin Boulay

Bill Would Require Murder Registry In Illinois

A newly-filed bill would create a registry specifically for those convicted of first degree murder before so-called “truth in sentencing” laws took effect.


Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Killer On Way To Hawaii As Victim’s Family Holds Vigil

Justin Boulay is out of prison and on his way to the palm trees and beaches of balmy Hawaii after spending 12 years behind bars for strangling his ex-girlfriend, Andrea Faye Will, at Eastern Illinois University downstate.


Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Woman’s Killer Walks Out Of Prison

Convicted murderer Justin Boulay is a free man, and the family of the woman he killed is livid.

CBS Chicago–11/16/2010

Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Victim’s Friends, Family Dread Killer’s Early Release

After serving 12 years for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Justin Boulay is slated to be released from prison. His victim’s friends and family are outraged.


Justin Boulay (Ill. DOC), Andrea Will (Facebook Photo)

Outrage And Vigils As Killer To Leave Prison

Many didn’t know the victim. But they feel moved by her story. Now, Andrea Will’s killer is to go free Tuesday after serving 12 years of a 24-year sentence.

WBBM Newsradio–11/15/2010

Justin Boulay

Mom Of Slain Student ‘Outraged’ Killer Will Be In Hawaii

Despite efforts by a Honolulu prosecutor, an Illinois man convicted of killing an Eastern Illinois University student in 1998 will be allowed to move to Hawaii after he’s released on parole Tuesday.