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Police seek 2 brothers in W.V. rape inquiry

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Police are looking for two brothers - ages 18 and 24 - who allegedly raped a 14-year-old intoxicated girl and then filed a police report when the girl's angry mother came looking for revenge.

The woman allegedly went to the house at 1881 W. 3100 South about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, where she banged on the door, screamed obscenities and then broke a large plate glass window with an unknown object, West Valley Police Lt. Charles Illsley said.The window has a hole in it about six inches wide and is severely cracked, according to a West Valley police report.

One of the brothers told police he saw a woman walk away from the home and get into a black pickup truck.

During the course of the police investigation, both of the men told police they thought the woman might have been the mother of a girl who had been at their residence earlier Wednesday night. Both men admitted to having sexual relations with the girl while she was intoxicated, the report states.

The 14-year-old girl told police that she went to the house where the two men live Wednesday. She said she drank eight shots of tequila, smoked marijuana and passed out. When she awoke, she was unclothed and said one of the men was engaged in a sex act with her. The police report states that after the suspect left, a second man entered the room and forced her to have sex with him.

Later, the girl was able to get to a telephone to call a friend to take her home. The girl's mother called police and an ambulance, which transported her to St. Mark's Hospital for a medical exam, Illsley said.