Justin Boulay
Justin Boulay's Wife Works At UH Medical School

HONOLULU -- A man who served 12 years in an Illinois state prison for killing his ex-girlfriend registered with the Hawaii Paroling Authority on Wednesday morning.

Justin Boulay, 33, checked in just before 9:30 a.m. His first parole session lasted more than 2.5 hours.

Boulay strangled his ex-girlfriend Andrea Will in 1998.

He now lives on Oahu with his wife, who works as an assistant professor at the University of Hawaii medical school.

Boulay left the Danville Correctional Center on Tuesday morning.

Illinois on Tuesday asked Hawaii to make sure he gets anger management and substance abuse and outpatient mental health treatment. They recommend he have the highest level of supervision possible.

Boulay served less than half his 24-year sentence. He was imprisoned when Illinois law allowed inmates to cut their sentences by a day for every day of good behavior. Laws since passed require people convicted of violent crimes to serve a minimum of 85 percent of their sentences.

Boulay strangled Andrea Faye Will, 18, of Batavia, in his Charleston apartment in 1998. Both were Eastern Illinois University students.

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