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Suspect arrested in killing of Ivy League student whose body was found in California park

LOS ANGELES_Three days after the body of a missing teenager was found buried in a shallow grave in an Orange County park, detectives announced Friday that they had arrested a former high school classmate in the slaying.

Nineteen-year-old Blaze Bernstein was reported missing Jan. 3 by his family, who became concerned after he didn't show up

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