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(KSL News) Three teenagers face nearly a dozen felony charges after police say they broke into an Orem home and beat the people inside with bats.
Nineteen-year-old Jacob Falo, his 18-year-old brother James Falo and 18-year-old Berniece Halalilo each face 11 charges, which include five counts of aggravated robbery, five counts of aggravated kidnapping and one count of aggravated burglary.
Police say the three and a juvenile broke into a home earlier this month apparently looking for drugs. When none were found, police say they beat up those inside and stole some electronics.
Police traced them to a home where they were arrested.