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Alan Hruby receives state-appointed attorney

DUNCAN, Okla._The 19-year-old Duncan man who confessed to police that he killed his father, mother and sister over money has been assigned a court-appointed attorney.

James Berry of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System now represents him for his murder charges. This comes after the attorney representing him for an unrelated stolen credit card charge withdrew from the case.

Berry also represents Chancey Luna, one of the Duncan teens accused of murdering Australian baseball player Chris Lane last summer.

Hruby remains in jail without bond. Funeral services for his family will take place Sunday.

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