Video: Tucker Cipriano tells all to police after attack at Farmington Hills home

Published On: Jun 17 2013 06:05:58 PM EDT   Updated On: Jun 18 2013 07:54:28 AM EDT

Police tapes reveal what Tucker Cipriano said to investigators after the brutal attack that claimed the life of his father.

PONTIAC, Mich. -

It's Tucker Cipriano like you have never seen him before.

Read: Tucker Cipriano pleads no contest to murdering his father

He's shirtless, wrapped in a blanket, crying and telling all in video recordings exclusively obtained by the Local 4 Defenders. In the video, Cipriano is being questioned by police hours after the murder of his father, Bob Cipriano, April 16, 2012 at the family's Farmington Hills home.

The rampage left Tucker's mother and brother with severe injuries. In one portion of the video, Tucker reveals when his father first spotted him and his friend, Mitchell Roderick Young, inside the Cipriano home.

Watch: Tucker Cipriano's interview with police read in court
Watch: Statements made after Cipriano's no contest plea

"I knew something was going to happen ... " Tucker said.

Tucker said Bob Cipriano confronted him and Young. Moments later, Tucker says, the attack got underway.

Tucker Cipriano was emotional during the interview with police. He also was very graphic but Local 4 is only sharing the portions that were read on the record in court.


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