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February 23, 2006

Cook County - A Florida man gets two life sentences for killing two South Georgia women.

Leealvy Miller pleaded guilty to the 2004 murders of 19-year-old Davida Brooks and 19-year-old Kasey Brannen, both of Adel. Investigators say he shot the two women then buried them in shallow graves near his mother's home in Jefferson County, Florida.

Brooks and Brannen were roommates and Miller and Brannen had been dating.

Miller is being held in the Cook County Jail until he is assigned to a prison.

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