Three people accused of the murder of MMA fighter “The Matzoh Brawler” — including a 16-year-old girl — were denied bail Saturday after being charged in the killing during a Florida home invasion in July. The girl, Summer Church, of Boca Raton, 18-year-olds Roberto Ortiz, of Boynton Beach, and Jace Swinton, of Margate, are facing...
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