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2 Chicago teens arrested in photographer death

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Associated Press

Authorities say two teenagers have been arrested in Wisconsin in connection to the Chicago shooting death of a 28-year-old freelance photographer.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports Sunday the juveniles were arrested in Racine, Wisconsin, last week on first-degree murder warrants in the July slaying of Wil Lewis. Authorities say the Chicago teens were the gunman and an accomplice in the North Side shooting.

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The Associated Press generally does not identify juvenile suspects.

Police charged 31-year-old Eric Vaughn with first-degree murder in July. They say he supplied the gun and drove the getaway car.

Prosecutors have said the gunman was aiming at a member of a rival gang when he shot Lewis.

One teen is being held on $750,000 bond by the Racine County Sheriff's Department. The other is being held without bond.

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