EUCLID, Ohio - A bind over hearing to adult court is being held Wednesday morning for a 17-year-old suspect in custody for the death of a woman found dead in her driveway.
Jacqueline Gavorski, 65, was found outside her South Euclid home near Ardmore and Sheffield in July.
South Euclid Police believe a group of teenagers robbed Gavorski in her driveway after she returned home from a grocery store.
A police report said she suffered blunt force trauma to the head.
Police said nearby residents later spotted a group of teens going through a woman's purse behind Alesci's on Mayfield Road. When South Euclid police officers arrived they discovered the purse belonged to Gavorski.
Officers took three juveniles and one adult into custody. Three of the four taken in for questioning have since been released. One 17-year-old remains in custody.
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