A pre-trial hearing in the case of 19-year-old Tucker Cipriano — accused in the baseball bat murder of his own father — was unexpectedly canceled Tuesday
A judge has shot down an attempt by Tucker Cipriano to have his confession thrown out of court.
Tucker Cipriano, the teenager accused of killing his father with a baseball bat and seriously injuring his mother and brother, is expected to take the stand Thursday.
Nineteen-year-old Tucker Cipriano and accomplice Mitchell Young appeared separately in Oakland County Court Tuesday on murder charges.
Two men accused in the baseball bat beating death of a Farmington Hills man have been formally arraigned on premeditated murder charges.
The two men accused in the deadly Farmington Hills baseball ball attack are expected to be arraigned Tuesday.
A forensic pathologist took the witness stand in hearing that ultimately determine that Tucker Cipriano and Mitchell Young will stand trial in the beating attacks on Cipriano’s father, mother and brother.
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.”
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