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A 17-year-old boy is in custody after Bolingbrook police discovered two girls and a man fatally shot and another adult woman wounded while responding to an apparent Sunday night home invasion.
The detained boy had been in a dating relationship with one of the girls killed, who police identified as Samiya Shelton-Tillman, 17. The two others shot and killed include another girl not yet named and 40-year-old Cartez Daniels, police spokesperson Anthony Columbus said this afternoon.
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