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SILVER SPRINGS, Nev. (AP) — Three people have been arrested on open-murder charges in the death of a missing 32-year-old woman in Lyon County.
The sheriff's office says the three were booked into the county jail early Friday morning in the death of Alea (uh-lee-uh) Clark of Silver Springs.
The suspects were identified as 36-year-old Ryan Coddington and 40-year-old Patricia Baker, both of Silver Springs, and 31-year-old Toni Hardin of Dayton.
Clark was reported missing by family members on Jan. 9, five days after she was last seen leaving her father's house.
Remains believed to be hers were found Tuesday at Lahontan State Recreation Area near Silver Springs.
Coddington and Hardin were arrested after deputies pulled over a pickup in Fernley. The circumstances of Baker's arrest weren't immediately available.
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