FAIRFIELD, Ohio - The five suspects allegedly involved in a fatal Fairfield home invasion are scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning.
Julian Slaven, 19, was shot and killed Nov. 24 in what police are calling a drug deal gone wrong.
On Dec. 5, a Butler County grand jury indicted 25-year-old Joseph Goodin, 26-year-old Jerry Eacholes, 21, year-old Anthony Givens, 19-year-old Misty Williams and 19-year-old Christia Frymire on charges of murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary. Goodin and Eacholes also were indicted for having weapons while under disability.
Several of the suspects entered Slaven’s home on Judy Drive and shot and killed him. It is not yet clear which suspects entered the residence or what roles the other suspects played in the killing.
The murder charges carry a mandatory penalty of 15 years to life in prison with an additional three years consecutive to that for the involvement of a firearm. The aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery charges each carry a maximum sentence of 11 years.
Additionally, the weapons under disability charges against Eacholes and Goodin carry a penalty of a maximum of 36 months in prison.
During the Monday arraignment, a judge set the suspects' bonds. Goodin received a $1 million cash bond, Eacholes and Givens got $500,000 each and Frymire and Williams received $250,000 each.
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