Pamela Ann Daughtry was absolutely petrified of her own 14-year-old son, Mitchell Daughtry. On the afternoon of 18 August, 2015, Pamela sent an alarming text message to her adult daughter in which she begged her to come over to speak to Mitchell, who she said was in one of his angry moods again. When her daughter came over a couple of hours later, it was already too late. She entered the home of her mother and brother to discover a barbaric bloodbath. Pamela was lying dead on the kitchen floor, her body riddled with stab wounds. Mitchell was nowhere to be found. He remained on the run for just one day, when police tracked him down in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami. After slaying his mother, he stole her car and fled the scene. When he was apprehended, he had confessed to a number of friends via text message what he had done before attempting to end his own life by swallowing pills. He is currently awaiting trial.


Mitchell Young’s statement at his sentencing.

While it seems Tucker has gathered quite some attention online, Young has rather been overlooked.


Stacey Mitchell was originally from West Moors, Dorset, but she and her family moved to Australia in 2000. When Stacey was 16-years-old, she ran away from her family home and moved in with 19-year-old Valerie Parashumti and 21-year-old Jessica Stasinowksy, who were in a relationship and living in Perth, Australia. Just eleven days later, Mitchell would be dead.

The young couple had been a part of the so-called vampire culture and could often be found drinking one another’s blood, as well as their own. In fact, according to Stasinowky’s lawyer, they both enjoyed “being sexually aroused by the infliction of violence.” Stasinowsky had an extremely jealous streak which would soon prove to be deadly. She developed a hatred for Michell after believing that she was flirting with Parashumti. Wanting to prove to her girlfriend that Mitchell meant nothing to her, they decided they would kill her together.

On 18 December, 2006, Mitchell, Parashumti and Stasinowky spent the day drinking whiskey. Then when the time was right, Parashumti crept up behind Mitchell and smashed her over the head with a slab of concrete before they strangled her with a dog chain. It took at least 45 minutes for her to die, but Stasinowsky later told a prison officer that she wished it had taken longer because they had become aroused by the blood. The sadistic pair filmed the aftermath of the murder – they even kissed over her deceased body.

They both pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 24 years behind bars. Throughout their trial, they were seen giggling and whispering with each other, showing zero remorse.

anonymous asked:

I dont know alot about Tucker Cipriano, but i just wondered Why he actually killed his father, and also tried to kill the rest of his family if he says he loved them afterwards, and regretted it? Did he just do it so he could get money or?....

As far as I know, he is very remorseful and blames drugs for his actions.  From what I’ve gathered he was messed up the night the murder happened.  Read here.  I’ve read that his father was a very good man, his mother was a very good woman, that they were extremely caring and supportive people.  I’m not entirely sure what went wrong, but I don’t think the parents are to blame.  Sometimes you can have wonderful parents and make horrible mistakes, especially when you’re young.  It’s always pretty difficult to get the real story though when there are multiple people involved in 1 murder, because each one has a different story to tell.  There seems to be little about Mitchell Young out there, but usually friends who are involved in a murder turn on one another to get a better deal.  In this situation, that didn’t work out for Mitchell.


Michigan Teen Convicted of Murdering His Own Father

In the early morning of April 16th, 2012, two intruders broke into the Cipriano household, brutally beating parents Bob and Rose Cipriano, and their son Salvatore. Youngest sibling Isabella watched as the horror played out in front of her, whilst brother Tanner hid in the closet to dial 911.

When the police arrived, Rose and Salvatore were barely still alive. Whilst Bob was bludgeoned so badly that he drowned in a pool of his own blood.

Within hours of the beatings, police arrested the Cipriano’s oldest son, 19-year-old Tucker, and his friend, 20-year-old Mitchell Young. Both plead not guilty, blaming each other.

However, both were eventually charged with the murder of Bob Cipriano and sentenced to life in prison without parole for what was a drug fuelled hunt for money that ended in tragedy.


Tucker Cipriano and friend Mitchell Young, would be sentenced — as was expected — to mandatory life in prison for the April 16, 2012 murder of Robert Cipriano, Tucker Cipriano’s 52-year-old father.

Cipriano, now 20, entered the court in an orange jail suit, shackled, with a groomed brown beard and mustache.

In his pre-sentence statement, he admitted only to having been in an altercation with his younger brother, Salvatore, with a BB gun. Salvatorre Cipriano more than a year later remains hospitalized from his injuries.

Tucker Cipriano, who was adopted, accepted no responsibility for for the fatal beating of his father, whom he called a “great man,” or for beating his mother, whom he referred to as an “amazing mother.”

“She did anything she could do to help me my entire life,” Tucker Cipriano said with tears in his eyes. He said she drove him to Ann Arbor frequently since second-grade to get treatment for his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and learning disability.

In his teens, when Tucker became involved with drugs and alcohol and began getting into trouble, his mother attended substance abuse classes to learn more about her son’s condition.

Rose Cipriano was beaten nearly to death and left alongside her son, Salvatore Cipriano, in a stairwell leading to the basement of the family’s Farmington Hills home. In the landing of the stairwell under Salvatore lay the two bloodied baseball bats that were used to beat them, prosecutors said during Young’s trial.


On this day in music history: September 22, 1980 - Geffen Records is officially established. Founded by record executive David Geffen, the label is distributed in conjunction with Warner Bros Records. It is not Geffen’s first record company, having established Asylum Records in 1970, then selling it to Warner Communications in 1975. The first artists signed to the Geffen label include Donna Summer, John Lennon and Elton John. Over the years, the labels roster includes artists such as Don Henley, Asia, Quarterflash, Aerosmith, Peter Gabriel, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Sonic Youth, Cher, Jennifer Holliday, Kylie Minogue, and Irene Cara. The label’s distinctive logo is designed by famed graphic artist Saul Bass. When Geffen’s contract with Warner Bros ends in 1990, the company is sold to MCA Music Entertainment, and their parent company Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (aka the Panasonic Corporation) for $800 million in company stock. The deal makes Geffen a billionaire and he stays on with the label until 1995 when he leaves to start Dreamworks SKG with Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg. Geffen Records eventually is  merged with Interscope and A&M Records in 1999 after Universal Music Group combines the labels with MCA Records. From 2003 on, all catalog and artists formerly on MCA and its numerous imprints carry the Geffen Records logo.