Aiden Fucci Parents; He kept on, “I hope parents will learn this brutal and vicious murder, meaning that you must know what your children are doing and what they’re saying. Because these brutal, violent killings we couldn’t stop, but we at least ought to try.” Aiden Fucci, 14, was accused of killing Tristyn Bailey, his 13-year-old friend. Tristyn and Fucci, students of the Patriot Oaks Academy, lived in St. John’s County neighborhood. The pair were friends, but had no relationship, according to classmates. It was about an hour after midnight that Bailey was last seen alive. Tristyn was found completely clothed, but the body or its cause of death was not detailed.
While the grim details investigators revealed in Tristyn Bailey’s death on Thursday, the State Attorney R.J. Larizza said that he hoped that parents will learn from what he called a “violent and brutal killing.” Reported the bureau of Sherriff. Aiden drew the anger of Bailey’s family from a photograph of himself in the police car. Dr. Justin D’Arienzo, a forensic psychologist from Jacksonville, says comments such as those reported are red flags that should not be ignored. “Anyone warning or telling or praising something like assassination and killing or a crime is one of the most important signs to look for,” says Arienzo.
Aiden Fucci is now being tested as an adult for first-degree murder, the 14-year-old who was initially charging with second-degree killing at Bailey’s death. Larizza found Bailey stabbed 114 times by the medical examiner. “The bottom line is that it is possible to infer premeditation, certainly only from the large number of stab injuries that had to happen to Tristyn Bailey,” said Larizza. “This was premeditation every time the arm went down.”