2 women arrested in Ohio in Pa. party bus slaying

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Police say two women have been taken into custody in Ohio in connection with the shooting death of a man pulled off a western Pennsylvania party bus last spring.

Officials say the two are charged with solicitation, conspiracy and making terroristic threats in the March 30 death of 21-year-old Steven Lee Jr. of McKees Rocks.

Police in Allegheny County said Lee was shot multiple times after the bus stopped outside a bar in the Sheraden section of Pittsburgh.

Police allege that the two women got into a fight with some people on the bus, and one of them called someone on a cellphone.

They allege the pair then forced Lee and another person off the bus, where the victim was gunned down. Two men were charged earlier in the slaying.

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