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Three NH men charged in fatal shooting in Massachusetts
The five were charged during a coordinated series of arrests last weekend. Each was charged with felony home invasion and armed assault with intent to rob in connection with the death of Christiano Diaz-Arias, 44, of Lowell, a spokesman for Middlesex County (Mass.) District Attorney Marian T. Ryan said Tuesday.
Jonathan Rivera, 23, and Donte Okowuga, 34 were arrested in Lowell over the weekend. The Lowell Sun newspaper said Rivera lives in Nashua and Okowuga lives in Merrimack.
Okowuga was ordered held on $200,000 cash bail with a preliminary hearing set for March 6. Rivera is being held on $100,000 cash bail. A preliminary hearing is set for March. 5.
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