Alleged teenage killer Aiden Fucci threatened to kill inmates, guards and their families while awaiting trial for the death of his classmate Tristyn Bailey, court documents say.
Fucci is being held in the Duval County Jail and has pleaded guilty to stabbing a 13-year-old cheerleader 114 times.
Fucci, now 16, has threatened and blackmailed fellow teenage inmates while in prison in Jacksonville, Florida, according to documents obtained by First Coast News.
Court documents allege that Fucci has been combative and bullied others with “relentless threats” toward the two inmates.
He got into a fight with an inmate and has forced others to bring him items from the prison commissary, doctors say.
As a result of the alleged outbursts and violence, the teenager has been sprayed twice with chemical restraint and thrown into solitary confinement.
One inmate told prison officials, “Fucci has said he’s going to stab me.
“He tells everyone in the dorm that when he comes out he will find my people, stab them and take pictures.
“He goes around saying we’re not all crazy because most of us are here to shoot and kill somebody.
“He says he’s ‘real’ because he stabs thugs in the face and takes their lives. It’s like he’s over it or something.”
Another inmate claimed Fucci threatened someone, saying, “If he comes out of the box, he’s going to stab him.”
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Fucci was found to be extorting the commissioner using fear from [the prisoner],” the report said.
“They were not housed together, but Fucci was able to manipulate and extort prisoners through threats and intimidation.
“Inmate Fucci did not have a commissary receipt to explain the abundance of commissary in his cell. The victims submitted the receipts and [words redacted] verified who rightfully owned the commercial banks.
“When officers entered his cell to retrieve commissary items for other inmates, he became very agitated and threatened the officers’ lives.
“Inmate Fucci threatened to kill our families as he loudly viciously pounded on his cell door.”
The report also stated that Fucci was placed in a restraint chair and isolated “for the safety of inmates, officers, himself and property.”
Fucci will be tried as an adult, and his trial is scheduled to begin on February 6.
Last week, a judge ruled that certain evidence found at Fucci’s home would not be presented to the jury at trial.
Fucci was charged in the death of Tristyn Bailey after her remains were found in the Florida woods in May 2021. To see also : Bills Mailbag: Health could be major factor for team hoping for Super Bowl.
Both teenagers attended Patriot Oaks Academy in St. Johns County.
Surveillance footage showed the two teenagers walking in the neighborhood, but only Fucci was seen returning home.
Chilling reports at the time indicated that the word “Karma” was written on Tristyn’s ankle.
The word was written in blue ink on her left ankle, while a smiley face was drawn on the inside of her right ankle.
‘LEARNING TO DEAL’
A year after Tristyn’s death, his family said they wanted to celebrate his continued inspiration. On the same subject : Logan Woodside.
The teenager is survived by his parents and four siblings.
They said: “As a family we continue to be devastated and grieving the loss of Tristyn.
“Over time, we learn to deal with carrying this loss forward.
“We draw our greatest strength from our love for Tristyn and strive to honor his memory in accordance with his spirit.”