CLEVELAND -- A Euclid teen has pleaded guilty to killing a South Euclid woman by hitting her over the head with a piece of concrete.
Jeffrey Rembert, 17, of Euclid, is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 28.
Rembert pleaded guilty Wednesday.
Police say that on July 14, 2012, Rembert struck Jacqueline Gavorski, 65, over the head multiple times with a piece of concrete, causing her death.
Gavorski was returning to her home in South Euclid when she was approached by Rembert in her driveway. She was unloading her car after having been out shopping at various stores.
At approximately 6 a.m. July 14, 2012, a witness was driving past Javorski's home when he noticed both doors of a vehicle had been opened.
He then noticed Javorski's body lying between two cars which were parked in the driveway.
EMS was immediately called. She was pronounced dead at the scene and it was later discovered that her purse had been stolen.
Rembert was first charged in Juvenile Court and subsequently bound over to adult court in October 2012.