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Five charged in fatal shooting of Providence teen

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Five people are facing murder charges in the death of a 17-year-old Providence boy shot through the window of his girlfriend’s house. High school student George Holland II was shot Feb. 4. Police have said they do not believe the shooting was random. Police said Monday that five young men are charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder, including one who is charged as a juvenile. Police identified the older suspects as Alain Bedame, 18, of Pawtucket; Limamou Ndoye, 19, of Providence; Anthony Moore, 21, of Woonsocket; and Ashner Alexis, 18, whose address was not known.

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