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Bond revoked for man accused of killing mother of four

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The man accused of beating and stabbing a mother of four young children, is now behind bars without bond.

39-year-old Larry Johnson appeared in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday for arraignment on charges of murder and robbery.

Johnson had been held one $1-million bond, but the judge hearing the case revoked bond.

Johnson is charged in connection with the New Year's eve beating and stabbing death of 26-year-old LaShea Parker at the Shelby Road home they shared on Youngstown's West Side.

Parker's body was discovered after a neighbor saw some of the victim's four young children wandering unattended outside the home.

Johnson fled to Columbus, where he was captured by U.S. Marshals outside a Walmart.

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