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Twins Charged After Allegedly Throwing Bricks at Each Other



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    What are a few bricks between brothers?

    Well, they're worth battery charges for twin 52-year-olds after an argument ended in them hurling the projectiles at each other.

    The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that Michael and James Remelius were arguing in the front yard of a home last week when Michael first threatened to throw a brick at his brother.

    According to a police report, Michael Remelius followed through, striking his brother in the leg and causing a small cut. James Remelius retaliated with a brick that bloodied and bruised his brother's eye.

    All in all, both were arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Both remained jailed Tuesday. James' bail is $25,000 while Michael's is $20,000. Court records show they do not yet have attorneys.

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