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A group of teenagers, aged between 13 and 17, have been handed sentences for their involvement in a horrifying home invasion at the family residence of rugby union great Toutai Kefu. The incident, which occurred in 2021, resulted in serious injuries to family members, including stabbing. Two of the teenagers, aged 16 and 17, admitted guilt to seven charges related to the attack during a sentencing hearing in Brisbane.

The court proceedings revealed shocking details of a planned break-in at the Kefu family home, where the teenagers caused significant harm to the occupants. The two convicted teenagers were sentenced to two years and six months of detention, with a requirement to serve half of the term. The court described the crime scenes as appalling, emphasizing the impact on the victims and the broader community.

This disturbing event serves as a stark reminder of the consequences of such violent actions and the importance of upholding justice in such cases.


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Article Title: Teen involved in home invasion of former Wallaby Toutai Kefu was on bail at the time, court hears
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