(WXYZ) - A man who spent time in the same cell with Tucker Cipriano and Mitchell Young in the Oakland County Jail is talking about the two men.
Tucker and Mitchell are accused of the deadly baseball bat beatings that left Bob Cipriano dead and his wife and son in critical condition.
“He was more of… kind of quiet, he thought somebody was after him,” said Ben Keys of Tucker Cipriano.
Keys spent 10 months in the jail for fleeing and eluding police. Keys says Tucker and Mitchell spend a lot of time together.
“They sit on the same bunk, play cards,” said Keys. “Mitchell seemed like he was more level-headed. Tucker seemed like he was more…in denial.”
Last month, a judge ruled that Young would stand trial. A hearing for Tucker is scheduled for October 31.
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