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Florida girl Tristyn Bailey, 13, was stabbed 114 times in premeditated attack by 14-year-old classmate, state attorney says A 14-year-old Florida boy was charged Thursday with first-degree murder, accused of stabbing 13-year-old classmate Tristyn Bailey 114 times and leaving her mutilated body in a wooded area earlier this month. In announcing that Aiden Fucci would be charged as an adult, R.J. Larizza, state attorney for the 7th Circuit, described a premeditated act during a news conference at the St. Johns County courthouse. "At least 49 of those stab wounds were to the hands, arms and the head. They were defensive in nature," Larizza said. Asked if Fucci was suffering from mental health issues or receiving counseling, Larizza said no. Bailey, a student at Patriot Oaks Academy, was found dead on May 9 in a wooded area near her home in northwest St. Johns County, near Jacksonville. Clothing with traces of blood was found in Fucci's home. The presumed weapon, a buck knife typically used for hunting, was recovered in a pond near the crime scene.

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