While Cipriano seemed to admit responsibility, however obliquely, his friend and alleged co-attacker Mitchell Young did not. “He maintains his innocence, he plans to appeal,” his attorney Mike McCarthy said.
Opening statements could begin Monday afternoon for the trial of Tucker Cipriano and Mitchell Young, in last year’s beating death of Cipriano’s father.
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Gripping testimony expected Wednesday in Farmington Hills, as a 17-year-old boy and his little sister are expected to talk about the brutal baseball bat attack on their family that left their father dead.
Community members in Farmington Hills and beyond have organized a fundraising effort to benefit the Cipriano Children’s Trust Fund.
“The energy of your prayers has been the best healing medicine money can’t buy,” Bob Cipriano’s brother Gregory Cipriano wrote. “Thank you and please keep praying.”
Visitation began Monday for Robert Cipriano, the Farmington Hills man who was beaten to death allegedly by his 19-year-old son.
The parish held a fundraiser in the wake of Bob Cipriano’s murder at the hands, allegedly of his son and a friend of his. His wife and another son were critically injured in the brutal attack.
The victim, Bob Cipriano, joined the Dearborn Public Schools in 2000 as director of Business Services.