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Fla. (AP) — A Florida teenager accused of bludgeoning his parents with a hammer before hosting a party at their home believes he has "such a strong defense" that he will reach a plea deal with prosecutors to avoid a life sentence. <
Fla. (AP) — An inmate jailed with a Florida teenager accused of bludgeoning his parents with a hammer says the teen is signing autographs behind bars and is known by nicknames including "Hammer Boy" and "Hambo." That's according
Lucie County jail were arrested after accusations they beat Tyler Hadley, the Port St. Lucie teen accused of fatally bludgeoning his parents with a hammer, following a "jail house cake" incident, according to records released Wednesday. Woodson
It's been a tough couple of months for 17-year-old Michael Mandell. A jailhouse letter from his best friend, Tyler Hadley, who stands accused of murdering his parents, came for him in the mail last month. "I want to get out and become a priest. I can'
Tyler Hadley was "that one kid that everyone thinks, 'He's going to bring a gun to school and just shoot people,'" a friend of the 17-year-old accused of killing his parents told police...Lucie Police Department released Wednesday by the State
July 16, Tyler Hadley posted on his Facebook page: "Party at my crib tonight ... maybe."...The party status went from "maybe" to definite, authorities allege, because during the seven-hour interval 17-year-old Tyler Hadley beat his parents, Mary Jo
The grand jury indictment, handed down on Wednesday, upgrades what were originally two counts of second-degree murder with a weapon in the July 16 deaths of Blake and Mary Jo Hadley...Acting on an anonymous tip, on Sunday morning July 17 officers
A grand jury indictment is needed to upgrade the charges to first-degree murder, which typically is a capital offense...If convicted of first-degree murder, he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Video:
Fla. (AP) — A teenager accused of killing his parents with a hammer showed his friends thousands of dollars in cash before playing upbeat host during a party at their Florida home, according to police documents released Monday.
Evidence filed Thursday afternoon by the State Attorney's Office indicates that Tyler Hadley hinted to several friends during a party at his family home July 16 that he had killed his parents earlier in the day. Tyler Hadley, 17, told two friends he