Sentencing delayed for 2 teens in OH man’s beating

CINCINNATI (AP) — The sentencing of two Ohio teenagers convicted in the severe beating of a 45-year-old man has been delayed.

The 13-year-old twin brothers are among the six teenagers accused in the beating in the Cincinnati suburb of North College Hill on Aug. 11.

They had been set for sentencing on Monday in Hamilton County Juvenile Court, but that has been rescheduled for June 25. The teens pleaded guilty in March to felonious assault.

They face anywhere from probation to being held in juvenile jail until they’re 21.

The other four teens have court dates set for May and June.

Police say the six teens, all 13 and 14, admitted to the brutal beating of 45-year-old Pat Mahaney and said they did it because they were bored. Mahaney was hospitalized four days.

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