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Police: Suspect in slayings of 4 in Ohio arrested in Kansas

A suspect in the shooting deaths of four people in Ohio has been arrested in Kansas. Police in Montgomery County’s Butler Township said late Saturday night that 39-year-old Stephen Marlow was taken into custody by local police in Lawrence, Kansas. Chief John Porter said Marlow will be extradited to Ohio to face charges in Friday's slayings. The Montgomery County coroner’s office on Saturday identified the victims as 82-year-old Clyde Knox, 78-year-old Eva Knox, 41-year-old Sarah Anderson and a 15-year-old girl whose name wasn’t released.  All were pronounced dead at the scene. Court documents don’t list an attorney representing Marlow.

4 killed in Ohio; man called 'armed and dangerous' sought

Authorities say four people were shot to death in Ohio and a man considered armed and dangerous is being sought. Police in Montgomery County’s Butler Township said officers were sent shortly after noon Friday after a report of shots fired. Chief John Porter said four victims were pronounced dead at the scene. Their names weren't released and police said the motive for the shooting wasn't yet clear. Police are seeking 39-year-old Stephen Marlow, who was believed to have fled the area in a sport utility vehicle and was considered “armed and dangerous.” A message seeking comment was left Saturday at a number listed in his name.

Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured

A husband and wife from Wisconsin celebrating more than five decades of marriage were killed in a lightning strike outside the White House. The couple, 76-year-old James Mueller and 75-year-old Donna Mueller, of Janesville, Wisconsin, died after the Thursday night lightning strike in Lafayette Park. A third victim, a 29 year-old adult male, was pronounced dead Friday. One other is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Secret Service and Park Police officers saw the lightning strike and rendered first aid. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre says, “Our hearts are with the families who lost loved ones, and we are praying for those still fighting for their lives.”