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Tyler Hadley, 17-Year-Old Alleged Hammer Murderer and Party Host (Photos and Video)

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Now that we've got the timeline worked out by Port St. Lucie cops -- that Tyler Hadley created a Facebook invitation for a party at his place first, then allegedly murdered his parents with a hammer before party time -- the St. Lucie Sheriff's Office has released a few mug shots of the youngster.

The mug shots also confirm that the photo on Facebook of someone by the same name is indeed a picture of Tyler Joseph Hadley.

Check out the photos and video of Hadley, who's now facing two charges of second-degree murder, reduced from first-degree murder in his first court appearance, after the jump:

Here's the video of Hadley's first appearance in court this morning:

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