Trial ordered for three men accused of arson and murders of five people in Fero's Bar
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DENVER - The three men accused of stabbing five people to death before setting fire to a bar in October have been ordered to stand trial.
Friday, the judge also ordered the men to be held without bail.
Twenty-two-year old Dexter Lewis, 27-year-old Joseph Hill and 24-year-old Lynell Jonathan Hill are charged in the October slayings at Fero's Bar & Grill.
The Hills are brothers.
The robbery netted $170. A Denver detective testified that a federal informant told him Lynell Hill needed money to cover costs in an unrelated court case.
The victims were 63-year-old Young Suk Fero, 21-year-old Daria M. Pohl, 44-year-old Kellene Fallon, 29-year-old Ross Richter and 45-year-old Tereasa Beesley.
Richter was from Overland Park, Kan. The others were from the Denver area.
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