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Tucker Cipriano, left. Mitchell Young, right. (Booking photos)

2 Face Trial In Fatal Farmington Hills Family Beating

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.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/08/2012

Tucker Cipriano, left. Mitchell Young, right. (Booking photos)

Pair Charged In Deadly Baseball Bat Attack Due In Court

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.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/23/2012

Salvatore and Rose Cipriano (Facebook Photo)

5K Fun Run, Walk To Benefit Cipriano Family

Community members in Farmington Hills and beyond have organized a fundraising effort to benefit the Cipriano Children’s Trust Fund.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/15/2012

Rose Cipriano

Cipriano Mother Moved From Hospital, Son Still Critical

“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.”

CBS Detroit–05/09/2012

Tucker Cipriano appears with defense attorney Mitchell Ribitwer via video monitor from the Oakland County Jail. (WWJ Photo/Mike Campbell)

Pre-Trial Date Set In Farmington Hills Murder Case

New developments in the Farmington Hills murder case involving a 19-year-old man charged with killing his father and critically injuring his mother and young brother with a baseball bat.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/20/2012

Tucker Cipriano, left. Mitchell Young, right. (Booking photos)

Son, 2nd Man Charged In Fatal Farmington Hills Bat Attack

Both men were arraigned via video monitor Wednesday afternoon before Judge Marla E. Parker in 47th District Court. Cipriano was silent during the hearing, while Young wailed and wept, saying, “I’m not guilty.”

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/18/2012

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