Defense attorney Michael McCarthy said the photos are some of the most gruesome he’s ever seen.
“Smiles and tears and so grateful that Tanner got his Mom on this special occasion. This must have been scary for Rose to have such a public coming out.”
“Well, what a great week!!,” Beth Trahan wrote on Facebook. “Salvatore on his way to rehab hopefully,,Rose walking the halls of her rehab place,,no more wheelchair for her.”
The Cipriano Classic, a 5-K run and walk Friday to benefit the Cipriano Children’s Trust Fund, has gone beyond organizers’ expectations.
He said the motive was money, adding, “Tucker Cipriano was estimating about three grand overall, I would take home $1,000.”
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.”
The wife of a Farmington Hills man who police say was beaten to death by his 19-year-old son is making progress.
“Rose was serenaded with some guitar/harmonica music from her big brother Pat today. She was smiling and even tapping her foot a bit. Salvatore has a baseball in each hand,” family member Ariel Trahan wrote on the page.