Teen Killed Parents Had Party
July 19, 2011 by staff
Teen Killed Parents Had Party, A neighbor said that Hadley knew that Tyler was playing basketball in the driveway with his father – not the accused of beating his parents to death with a hammer and then a party, while their bodies were hidden in the master bedroom. Police said dozens of people attended the party advertised on Facebook, apparently unaware of the bloody scene in the house locked. Hadley, 17, expected to make his first court appearance Tuesday in Port St. Lucie. He is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the death of Blake and Jo-Mary Hadley, who police believe were beaten in the head and torso, on Saturday, shortly after his son posted on Facebook to tell friends of the party.
Researchers believe that the Hadleys were attacked outside their master bedroom and the bodies were taken to the room and closed the door.
The teen was being held without bail in a juvenile detention center in Fort Pierce, and it was unclear whether he had an attorney.
Neighbors and some high school classmates were surprised Hadley.
“He just seemed normal, I did not think anything was wrong with him,” Hadley said Johnna’s friend Izzo Miami television station WSVN.
Neighbor Raeann Wallace said he had known the family since before Tyler was born Hadley.
“This is not the Tyler I remember. What happened? … He and his father were shooting hoops (on entry).”
On Saturday night, 60 people attended the party in the community about 50 miles north of West Palm Beach, according to Port St. Lucie police spokesman Tom Nichols. They were strong enough to cause a noise complaint and a visit by police. When they arrived at 1:30 am on Sunday to warn people about noise, the match was breaking, said Nichols.
Then, police said, they received a tip that a murder may have occurred. They returned home at 4:20 am, the search for bodies covered with towels, files, books and other household items, and hammer between them.
The mother, 47, was an elementary school teacher. The father, 54, worked for Florida Power and Light. The Hadleys also had a son 23-year-old who lives out of state.
Autopsies were under way, but police said they believed he died of blunt trauma force.
Hadley had attended school St. Lucie West Centennial High, police said, but did not graduate. They said they did not know what the motive was.
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