Boy, 14, ‘poses in police car for Snapchat’ after arrest for murder of girl, 13
A teenager reportedly took a selfie on Snapchat in a police car after being arrested for the murder of a 13-year-old girl.
Aiden Fucci, 14, is said to have even asked if anyone had seen his alleged victim, who vanished in Florida, US.
He is accused of stabbing to death Trisytn Bailey, whose body was found fully clothed in woods in St Johns County at 6pm on Sunday, May 9.
She had been reported missing on Sunday morning, sparking a huge search.
Fucci has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder.
He is being held in custody in the Department of Juvenile Justice.
According to Crime Online, a screenshot from what is believed to be Fucci’s Snapchat account was shared online.
The photo showed the teenager in the back of a police car and making a peace symbol with one hand.
Its caption said: “Hey guys has anybody seen Tristyn lately.
“He needs to be locked up.”
The photo is reportedly part of the investigation.
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St Johns County Sheriff Robert Hardwick said: “We have a suspect arrested and, unfortunately, a 13-year-old girl dead.”
Video footage shows Fucci and the teenage girl walking together in the early hours of Sunday, according to Action News Jax.
A police report said Fucci was seen under two hours later walking alone.
Police searched a pond on Monday near the area where the teenage girl was found.
Officers also searched Fucci’s home and found multiple items, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
He reportedly lives near to where her body was discovered.
In a statement, St Johns County Sheriff’s Office said: “This is certainly not the outcome we wanted, but justice will be served.
“We ask that you continue to keep the family of Trisytn Bailey, as well as their community in your thoughts and prayers.
“The investigation is ongoing.”
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