PONTIAC, MI (AP) -- A 15-year-old boy and a 22-year-old man are jailed on murder charges in the shooting deaths of two Detroit-area women in their home.
The Oakland County Sheriff's Department said in a release Monday that the teen is believed to be the "actual shooter" in the slayings of 58-year-old Luann Robinson and 52-year-old Loretta Fournier.
Their bodies were found Friday night on the floor of their home in Pontiac, north of Detroit.
Fifteen-year-old Semaj Moran and 22-year-old Arnold Howard, both of Pontiac, were arraigned by video on felony murder charges. They're jailed without bond and return to court Thursday.
The teen is charged as an adult. He's also charged with using a firearm in a felony. Howard is also charged with home invasion.
Lawyers are being appointed for the suspects Tuesday.
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