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Woman accused of killing roommate pleads not guilty, bond set at $1M

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Roxanne Lee Buck (Source: Stow Police) Roxanne Lee Buck (Source: Stow Police)
Michelle Johnson (Source: Facebook) Michelle Johnson (Source: Facebook)
SUMMIT COUNTY, OH (WOIO) -

The woman accused of fatally stabbing her roommate in Stow went before a judge on Wednesday morning.

Roxanne Buck pleaded not guilty to the murder of Michelle Johnson, 21. Buck is being held on a $1M bond.

19 Action News has learned that the women had lived together just two months prior to the deadly stabbing.

Police believe Buck used a knife to kill Johnson in her downstairs bedroom before allegedly dumping Johnson's body in a shed in the back of her home.

A motive has yet to be established.

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