Granby, N.Y. - State police say they've charged three Syracuse-area teenagers with second-degree murder in the slaying of a 46-year-old man inside his central New York home last month.

Troopers say Monday that the teens killed Anthony Miller during a burglary at his home in the rural Oswego County town of Granby, 25 miles northwest of Syracuse. 

Police say his friends called 911 after they stopped by his trailer in a mobile home park on Feb. 3 and found his body. 

Authorities haven't said how Miller died or what led to the killing.

Troopers say the teens charged in his slaying are 16-year-old Glenwood Carr, 17-year-old Michael Celi and 19-year-old Zachary Scott, all of Baldwinsville.

All three are being held in the county jail. It couldn't immediately be determined if they have lawyers.