CLEVELAND -- (WGHP) -- Five bodies, four crime scenes. They add up to what Ohio’s Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty calls one “serial killer.”
And that may just be the beginning.
“So far, we know (Robert Rembert) purposefully executed five people,” McGinty said in a press release. “An investigation of his activities as an over-the-road truck driver is currently underway.”
As of now Rembert has only been convicted in one of those deaths, having spent six years in an Ohio prison for voluntary manslaughter for the 1997 killing of Dadren Lewis in a Cleveland, Ohio, parking lot.
Yet authorities allege that Rembert didn’t stop there.
To this point, a grand jury indicted him Tuesday on 25 more counts — tied to four people, three of them this year. He now faces 10 counts of aggravated murder, six of kidnapping, four of rape, two of aggravated robbery and one each of having weapons under disability, grand theft and gross abuse of a corpse.