The community continues to show their support for the teenager who was killed

Remembering Tristyn Bailey, the 13-year-old girl who police say was killed by a school mate one week ago, Sunday. The community continues to show their outpouring support for the Bailey family.

Bailey’s memorial is in the Durbin Crossing neighborhood.

The memorial is growing, with candles, flowers, and teal ribbon which was Tristyn Bailey’s favorite color.

Today, St. Marks’s Catholic Mission church is celebrating 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey’s memory during 11 a.m. mass.

Neighborhood vigil marks one of several memorials for Tristyn Bailey

Bailey was a student at Patriot Oaks Academy, today’s mass will be celebrated at the school’s auditorium to honor her.

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She was an athlete on two different cheer squads. This tragedy has struck a nerve for many families in the neighborhood and across Northeast Florida. There’s been an outpouring of support for Baileys family, friends and community over the past week from vigils, memorials and car parades.


Bailey’s body was tragically found in a wooded area in her Durbin Crossing neighborhood one week ago.

Her family reported Bailey missing last Sunday morning. An autopsy determined she was stabbed to death. Investigators say Bailey was murdered by a boy she went to school with, 14 year old Aiden Fucci.

Fucci is charged with second-degree murder in connection with Bailey’s death. He remains in a state-run juvenile detention facility in Volusia County.

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