Cipriano, Young to be sentenced Wednesday for deadly baseball bat beatings

Tucker Cipriano, Mitchell Young could get life in prison for 2012 beatings that killed Tucker's father, Bob Cipriano, at Farmington Hills home

PONTIAC, Mich. - Two men will learn their prison sentences Wednesday for the deadly baseball bat beatings at a Farmington Hills family home.

Tucker Cipriano pleaded no contest to felony murder in the April 2012 brutal baseball bat attacks that killed his father, Bob Cipriano, and left his mother, Rose, and brother, Sal, seriously hurt.

Tucker's friend, Mitchell Young, was found guilty of felony murder, two counts of assault to commit murder and armed robbery.

Tucker Cipriano's attorney says Tucker will express his remorse on Wednesday when he reads from a four-page statement.

"He's going to talk about his father, what a wonderful man he was," said attorney Mitchell Ribitwer. "He's going to talk about his mother, his brother and his sister, send his love and basically indicate how remorseful he is for what occurred. He's going to stand up and take responsibility."

Both men could face life in prison sentences. Sentencing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday inside Oakland County Circuit Court.

Read: Cipriano family reissues statement after convictions

-- Tucker Cipriano and Mitchell Young

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