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Kokoraleis was convicted of the May 15, 1982, murder of Lorraine "Lorry" Ann Borowski, 21, of Elmhurst, after her abduction near a former location of RE/MAX at Route 83 and St. Charles Road in Elmhurst where she worked. Her remains were discovered Oct. 10, 1982, at the Clarendon Hills Cemetery in Darien. Her left breast was absent, and there was evidence that indicated trauma from an ice pick.
Kokoraleis was sentenced to 70 years in prison for the murder, but he was only required by law to serve 50 percent of his sentence.
Under a 1998 law called the Sexually Violent Persons Commitment Act, the Illinois Attorney General's Office and DuPage County State's Attorney's Office have the opportunity to file a petition alleging Kokoraleis is a sexually violent person before or within 30 days of his release.
If the court or jury finds Kokoraleis is a sexually violent person, he would either be committed to a secure facility provided by the Department of Corrections to receive mental health treatment or be subject to conditional release, under which he would be required to receive treatment and obey a series of conditions that limit where he can go and what he can do.