st.Johns County, Florida – The 7th District Attorney’s Office has released more evidence in the case of teenage Aiden Fucci, who was charged with the murder of classmate Tristyn Bailey.
touch in February pleaded guilty to first-degree murderHe faces the possibility of life imprisonment with a minimum sentence of 40 years. over the weekend, News4JAX obtained additional evidence, including an interview with Fucci. When looking for Bailey for Mother’s Day 2021.
Now News4JAX has obtained text messages that the state says were exchanged between Fucci and his parents while Fucci was in prison.
In those text messages, Fucci, now 16, refers to his prison cell as a “bat cave” on several occasions and often talks about playing video games on his tablet.
In one message Futch addressed to his father in August 2021, just months after the murder, he wrote:
“Hey back in the Batcave we all love you goodbye. Tablets are dying. That 7 inch
In early September he wrote to his mother:
Futch also told his mother that he could not play online games, only offline.
A few days later he texted his mother.
Previously, Fucci reported: “We used fear to extort concession items from prisoners.” There was an incident in January 2022.
When the officer tried to obtain the concession items that Futch had extorted, according to previous reports, “he became very upset and threatened the officer’s life.”
We reached out to an attorney for the Bailey family for comment on Monday.
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