Another day, another senseless crime blamed on innocent rappers.
That little sicko who beat his parents to death with a hammer confessed to his crimes yesterday. And the whole thing sounds like bullsh*t to us.
When Tyler Hadley told his best friend, Michael Mandell, what he had done, Mandell didn’t believe it at first, Mandell said Tuesday.
“He asked me to stay there until after everyone left to see them and I didn’t want to,” Mandell said. “I went in there and checked for myself.
“I opened the door. I saw bloody sheets piled everywhere. I saw broken pictures with blood on them and I looked down and I saw his dad’s leg there.”
Hadley, 17, is accused of bludgeoning his parents, Mary Jo Hadley, 47, and 54-year-old Blake Hadley, with a hammer Saturday before having as many as 60 people over for a party at his home in the 300 block of Northeast Granduer Avenue.
Mandell, also 17, said he was one of two people who saw the bodies.
Investigators went to the home about 4:20 a.m. Sunday after a tip that a 17-year-old had killed his parents and the bodies were in the home. Tyler’s parents’ bodies were found in their locked bedroom in the 300 block of Northeast Granduer Avenue on Sunday morning.
Port St. Lucie police officials have accused Hadley of using a 22-inch framing hammer — typically used for framing wooden houses — to strike his parents in the head and torso. Then, they said, he used books, files and towels to cover their bodies.
Police on the scene wrote in their report, which was released with much of the information redacted Tuesday, that they found the bodies by removing rubble until they could see limbs. They first found “the leg of a male covered … and cold to the touch.” They dug more, “uncovering an arm to a second person.”Mandell said Tyler told him he thought “the devil possessed him.” He said the Hadleys were having financial problems and, according to Mandell, that along with rap music and fights with his parents influenced his actions.
Mandell said Tyler Hadley had taken the drug ecstasy.
“After he told me, I didn’t believe him because he’s been my best friend forever. I would never suspect anything like this,” Mandell said. “I was looking around, he told me if I look enough I could see signs. I looked on the floor and could see signs of blood.”
Police believe Tyler Hadley posted information about the party about 1:15 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. Saturday on Facebook — before the homicides. The party began around 9 p.m. or 10 p.m.
“It was a normal party. There was a lot of people there,” Mandell said. “Everyone just having a fun time. Laughing around. Tyler was having a fun time himself, he was acting like nothing had happened.”
Little psycho probably couldn’t tell T.I from Q-Tip. Flip the page to hear his boy’s full affidavit, plus video of Tyler’s arraignment.