Trial dates set for suspects Julian Slaven Fairfield murder - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Trial dates set for suspects in fatal Fairfield home invasion

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

Trial dates were set Monday for the five suspects accused of a fatal home invasion in Fairfield.

Christia Frymire, Anthony Givens, Misty Williams, Jerry Eacholes and Joseph Goodin are all facing aggravated murder charges for the death of Julian Slaven, 19.

Givens, Frymire and Eacholes are scheduled for trial on May 21; Williams is scheduled for April 16 and Goodin is scheduled for May 7.

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