A Florida teenager is accused of killing his parents and then throwing a house party inside their Port St. Lucie home. Police said the high school dropout sent a Facebook invitation to friends about a party at his house Saturday night. Police said 40 to 60 teens attended the party, which lasted into the early-morning hours Sunday.
Police said 17-year-old Tyler Hadley used a hammer to kill Blake and Mary-Jo Hadley on Saturday. Police went to the home at 371 Northeast Grandeur Ave. about 4:20 a.m. Sunday after getting an anonymous tip that a teenager had murdered his parents and that their bodies were still in the home. Capt. Don Kryak said Tyler initially told officers that his parents were out of town.
Police said Tyler Hadley concealed the bodies by putting towels, linens and even picture frames on them.About 40-60 people attended the party inside the home after the killings had been committed. The party started at 9 p.m. Saturday, and they believe the teen's parents were dead by then.Detectives said Hadley was very nervous after he was arrested and refused to answer many questions. There is no known motive right now."They said that he killed his parents with a hammer because they wouldn't let him throw a party," a partygoer said. Hadley is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and is being held without bond.The medical examiner is conducting an autopsy on the victims to determine exactly how they died. Police believe Mary-Jo Hadley was a teacher and that Blake Hadley worked for Florida Power and Light.