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Suspects in court for deadly home invasion

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Christia Frymire (Source: Butler Co. jail) Christia Frymire (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Misty Williams (Source: Butler Co. jail) Misty Williams (Source: Butler Co. jail)
Jerry Eacholes (Source: Butler County Jail) Jerry Eacholes (Source: Butler County Jail)
Joseph Goodin (Source: Butler County Jail) Joseph Goodin (Source: Butler County Jail)
Anthony Givens (Source: Fairfield PD) Anthony Givens (Source: Fairfield PD)
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HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

The five suspects who are accused of causing a deadly home invasion in Fairfield were in court on Monday morning.

Misty Williams, Christia Frymire, Jerry Eacholes, Anthony Givens and Joseph Goodin were indicted last week on murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary charges in the death of Julian Slaven, 19.

All of the suspects were arraigned on Monday morning. Williams and Frymire had bond set at $200,000 and Givens and Eacholes had bond set at $500,000. 

Goodin's bond was set at $1 million. He's believed to be the suspect who pulled the trigger.

FOX19 learned in the court hearing that the two girls worked at a strip club in Dayton together, and that's how they knew the other suspects.

At least one of the suspects said it was a pre-meditated plan to rob Julian Slaven.

Should any of them post bond, they will be on house arrest and have to wear an electronic monitoring device.

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