Chitwood says he faces murder charges.
Jacques argued that the two need to be held in secure detention because they will no longer be under their parents supervision once they both turn 18 years old in December. "The proposed caregivers have not demonstrated they have the ability to properly supervise him so the state does oppose release".
Chitwood named the defendants and showed their mugshots, but Law&Crime is not identifying them because they are minors, and it is unclear if they will be charged as adults.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family of Cleavenger. "He's charged with a first-degree felony, he turns 18 December 1. he is no longer going to be under the supervision of his parents and subject to the rules set by this court".
That's when authorities said he proceeded to strangle her again, this time killing her. Police say Ramos and his mother got into a awful argument after he came home with a "D" in one of his subjects.
Ramos confessed to using a wheelbarrow to move Gail's body into the family van and then drove to River City Church 1.5 miles away where he buried her in a fire pit. Fox News reported that the boy's father was in Seattle on business. She went to sleep around 11 p.m. Thursday, Chitwood said.
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He then called his two best friends to help hide her body and stage a robbery at his home.
Investigators spent hours talking with the son, Chitwood said at the Saturday press conference. The burglars must have taken her, he told Volusia County Sheriff's Office investigators.
Chitwood said the teen left school early on Friday to stage a burglary at the home where he killed his mother, police said.
Authorities found the door to the house kicked down, the house ransacked and Cleavenger's truck running in the driveway after the teen reported the burglary to police on Friday afternoon.
Upon searching the woods, police say, they discovered a shovel Ramos used to bury Cleavenger and a broom he used to clean up his tracks. This suspect "matter of factly" admitted to everything, and said he thought he deserved a "Grammy [sic]" for his performance on the 911 call, Chitwood said.