CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - On Thursday, November 12, Glen Campbell was sentenced to life without parole in the murder of 76-year-old Eve Hodisan.
In addition to the life sentence, Campbell received 11 years for aggravated burglary and 10 years on repeat violent offender specification.
Judge Sheehand ordered the sentences to run consecutively, stating that he feels it's necessary to protect the public and punish Campbell.
It was also said that Campbell's history involves multiple aggravated robberies and a single prison term wouldn't adequately reflect what he has been involved in.
Eve Hodisan was beaten and stabbed to death in her W. 98th home on Easter weekend.
U.S. Marshal's arrested Campbell hiding under a bed at a home in Cuyahoga Falls several weeks later.
Campbell, who is referred to as a career criminal pled guilty to the crime.
There is an arrest warrant issued for the career criminal.