A 14-year-old boy is being charged with first-degree murder after he allegedly killed his 13-year-old female friend following a quarrel between them. The boy, identified as Aiden Hutch is a resident of Saint Johns County, Florida, United States of America. Linda Ikeji Blog reported that the 13-year-old girl, Triston Bailey attends the same school as the suspect.
It was gathered that Aiden stabbed Triston Bailey 114 times before she eventually died as a result of the injuries she sustained. According to investigators, Aiden has told his friends that he is going to kill someone but he did not specifically mention the person he wanted to kill at that time.
Bailey was last seen on May 9 at a local community centre. Her body was found in the woodlands near Futch’s house on Mother’s Day.
At a press conference announcing the charges on Thursday, state prosecutor RJ Larizza said accusing Fucci as an adult was the only option his office could make. A remnant of the knife he used in stabbing Triston was found on her head after autopsy.
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