Gregory Ramos Wiki – Gregory Ramos Biography
A teenager from DeBary accused of murdering his mother in 2018 pleaded guilty to charges related to her death Wednesday.
He was 15 years old when the authorities confessed that Gregory Ramos had killed his mother and buried his body about two years ago.
Now 17, Ramos was confronted by a judge and convicted of first-degree murder, a bodily abuse, and tampering with evidence.
Represented by a public lawyer during court hearings, Ramos told the judge that he did not suffer from mental illness when signing the plea.
Ramos’s mother, Gail Cleavenger, was reported missing in November 2018. Volusia County lawmakers said that his body was buried under a fire pit in a church a few days after his death, after he admitted that Ramos had strangled him at his home.
Court documents show that the two argued over the teenager’s notes. Ramos initially told detectives that he had returned home from school and learned that the house had been robbed, that his mother was missing and that his van was running on the driveway. He then called 911 to report the alleged theft.
After a two-day search for Cleavenger, Ramos made a detailed confession that officials described as “cold and affordable” and lacked emotion, according to records.
Ramos told the authorities that he killed his mother as a “preventive strike” because he believed that one day he would kill him. Arrest records. Lawmakers said their investigations did not reveal any evidence of a harassing relationship between the two.
Ramos faces 45 years in prison on a first degree murder charge as he was a minor at the time he confessed to the murder of his mother. According to the judge, if he was tried as an adult, he would face either a death sentence or a life sentence.
Ramos’s request demands that he serve simultaneously on the other two charges, which is equivalent to 25 years. Ramos also agreed to take lifetime parole and divest the opportunity for a jury trial.
The criminal hearing will be held on January 22, 2021.
Volusia County MPs soon realized that this was not the case and questioned Ramos about what really happened.
After hours of interrogation, Ramos admitted to the authorities that he strangled his mother after a fight over “D” Ramos, which he received at school on November 1. Ramos told the authorities that it took 30 minutes to kill his mother.
Ramos then called his then-17-year-old friends Dylan Ceglarek and Brian Porras to carry out a robbery by taking several electronics and help him bury Cleavenger’s body under a fire pit near the church.
Ceglarek and Porras were subsequently accused of being adults for accessory to a capital city crime.