EUCLID, Ohio - A Euclid teen has been sentenced in the murder of a 65-year-old woman.
Jeffrey Rembert, 17, received life in prison with a chance of parole after 41 years Thursday morning in court.
Rembert beat Jacqueline Gavorski over the head multiple times with a piece of concrete causing her death after she returned to her South Euclid home last July.
Police said they found the body lying between two parked cars in her driveway.
Gavorski was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers later discovered her purse had been stolen.
Rembert pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and other of aggravated robbery in January.
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