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Ohio police arrest 3 in home invasion slaying

FAIRFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Police say they have arrested three people in an apparent home-invasion robbery that left a southwest Ohio youth dead.

Fairfield police say that two 19-year-old women and a 26-year-old man are in custody and face a court appearance later Tuesday on aggravated murder charges. Police say they are still seeking 26-year-old Joseph Goodin, who should be considered armed and dangerous.

Nineteen-year-old Julian Slaven was fatally shot Saturday night in his home in the north Cincinnati suburban city of Fairfield.

Police have said they suspect the shooting wasn't random. They didn't immediately return a phone call seeking more information Tuesday.

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