GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) _ A jury has convicted three men charged in a Grand Forks home invasion. All three could face life in prison.
Cody Boulduc and brothers Allen and Nathan Ratliff each were convicted on all of the felony counts they faced in the April 2012 incident.
Authorities say the men broke into the home of Sherman and Carmen Jones, demanding prescription drugs and money and stealing various items including jewelry and medicine. They were accused of binding the couple with duct tape and beating them with small clubs, and also killing their dog.
The jury deliberated about four hours Tuesday before convicting the suspects on charges of burglary, assault, robbery, theft and felonious restraint. A sentencing date was not immediately set.