Cleveland serial killer receives life sentence for the murder of 4 people
Robert Rembert Jr. pleaded guilty to murdering three people in 2015 and one person in 1997.
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - In court Monday, Robert Rembert Jr. pleaded guilty to murdering three people in 2015 and one person in 1997.
The court hearing was set for Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 8:45 a.m.
Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Joan Synenberg ordered the sentencing.
Rembert Jr. received the term of life in prison with the possibility of parole after 30 years
Rena Mae Payne, 47, was killed in May of 1997.
Her body was found in a RTA employee rest room at a bus turnaround at East 83rd Street and Central Avenue.
Kimberley Hall, 31, was killed in June of 2015. Her body was found near a field at East 83rd Street and Gill Ave.
His cousin Jerry Rembert and Morgan Nietzel were killed in September of 2015. Jerry Rembert and Nietzel were found shot to death inside a home on East 140th Street.
Robert had been living with the victims.
He was arrested in Medina County the next day driving Nietzel’s car.
Rembert has already served six years in prison for the December 1997 murder of Dadren Lewis.
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