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Coffey told investigators that Beach denied stabbing Horowitz as the two rode home from the incident.
Both were arrested Saturday when police executed a search warrant at their Stansbury Park home, where they also found bloody clothing and the white Toyota in which the boys had allegedly fled.
If convicted, Beach could face up to life in prison for first-degree felony murder and up to 15 years in prison for second-degree felony obstructing justice.
Coffey faces a maximum of 15 years behind bars.
The two men will make their initial appearances before 3rd District Judge Robert Adkins on May 5.
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