Man accused of killing three at Cleveland party says he’ll represent himself in the case

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) - Kielonte Harris, 25, told a judge Monday he plans to represent himself in the deaths of three people.

Harris was indicted on 18 counts last week, including 6 for aggravated murder.

Police say he shot and killed Joseph Eujean-Clyton Meeks III, April Lynn Magana and Muriel Nicole Tursivio after a fight at a party on Lorain Ave. earlier this month.

Kielonte entered a not guilty plea and said he's be representing himself.

His bond was kept at $1.5 million.

Kielonte is scheduled for pretrial on November 21.

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