FARMINGTON HILLS (WWJ) – There have been no charges filed yet in the case of a 19-year-old Farmington Hills man accused of attacking his family with a baseball bat.

The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office is expected to start reviewing a report from Farmington Hills police on Tuesday regarding the murder of 52-year-old Robert Cipriano.

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An arraignment for the two people charged in the case could happen at any time, although it likely won’t be until Wednesday as prosecutors have a lot of questions about the case.

Tucker Cipriano is suspected of beating his father to death Sunday night. His mother, Rose, and 17-year-old brother, Sal, were also severely beaten. They remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday morning.  Another teen brother and an 8-year-old sister escaped without injury.

About 100 people filled St. Fabian Church in Farmington Hills Monday night to pray for and support the family, including Kevin Pitt — a U of M Dearborn student who was coached by Cipriano as a kid.

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“He was only a coach to me in the 5th grade, but, you know even 8 years later he would talk to me about school or … how things were going in my life,” said Pitt.  “Just to know that someone cares that much 8 years later about, you know, some 10-year-old that he coached — that’s just an amazing thing to me.”

Tucker Cipriano had recently been kicked out of his family’s house following several run-ins with police. Police said he may have returned to the home looking for money.

The name of the second suspect hasn’t been released.

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