Brycen Caudill Murders Mother

Brycen Caudill was a sixteen year old from Ohio when he murdered his mother

According to court documents Brycen Caudill and his mother were involved in an argument before school that turned violent. Brycen would attack his mother with a bat and stabbed her multiple times. She would be able to get to a neighbors home who would call an ambulance however she would die from her injuries

Brycen Caudill would turn himself into authorities. He was later convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no parole for fifteen years

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Brycen Caudill FAQ

Where is Brycen Caudill now

Brycen Caudill is currently incarcerated at the Ross Correctional Center

When is Brycen Caudill release date

Brycen Caudill is serving a life sentence however is eligible for parole in 2035

Brycen Caudill Sentencing

A high school student received a maximum sentence Thursday before Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Kevin Braig for the August murder of his mother at their DeGraff home.

Brycen Caudill, 16, was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for one count of murder.

He was ordered to pay restitution and and will have to enroll in Ohio’s violent offender database, which requires him to report his address within 10 days of his release from prison, and every year for a period of 10 years.

Brycen has also been credited with 259 days of jail credit. He pleaded guilty to the charge in March.

Brycen was arrested Aug. 16 for the alleged murder of his 36-year-old mother Crystal Caudill at their home at 207 E. Main St. residence.

Law enforcement reports indicate the teen attacked and stabbed his mother multiple times with a wooden baseball bat and knife in her bedroom before school, around 7 a.m.

Caudill was able to run away to a nearby property, and it was a neighbor that contacted authorities. She was pronounced dead at Mary Rutan Hospital.

Brycen fled the scene, and traveled more than 10 miles on foot to a residence at 10029 Trestle Road, St. Paris, where he eventually turned himself in. Deputies from the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call, and the teen was taken into custody at that location.

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