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5 suspects indicted in deadly home invasion

Anthony Givens (Source: Butler Co. jail) Anthony Givens (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Christia Frymire (Source: Butler Co. jail) Christia Frymire (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Misty Williams (Source: Butler Co. jail) Misty Williams (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Joseph Goodin (Source: Butler Co. jail) Joseph Goodin (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Jerry Eacholes (Source: Butler Co. jail) Jerry Eacholes (Source: Butler Co. jail)
FAIRFIELD, OH (FOX19) -

A Butler County grand jury has indicted the five suspects accused of a deadly home invasion.

19-year-old Julian Slaven was fatally shot on Nov. 24 in his Fairfield home on Judy Drive.

  • Joseph Goodin has been indicted for murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery and having weapons under disability. 
  • Anthony Givens has been indicted for murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery
  • Christia Frymire has been indicted for murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery
  • Misty Williams has been indicted for murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery
  • Jerry Eacholes has been indicted for murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery and having weapons under disability

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 and the weapons under disability charges against Eacholes and Goodin carry a penalty of a maximum of 36 months in prison.  Various fines also apply to each offense.

Williams and Frymire were arrested on Nov. 27 during a traffic stop, Eacholes was arrested separately and both Goodin and Givens turned themselves in.

The five were scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing on Thursday afternoon, but that has been cancelled due to the indictments. 

This case is scheduled for arraignment before Judge Oney on Dec. 10, 2012.  Specific details concerning the facts and circumstances of these charges will not be released at this time to afford the defendants due process of law concerning such information and will be released as provided by law.

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