Ramos stands charged with first degree murder, notes People, and cops aren't mincing words in describing the teen: Sgt. AJ Pagliari, who interrogated Ramos, called him "Very cold, calculating, unemotional", he said.
A Florida boy is expected to be charged with the murder of his mother after he allegedly strangled her to death and buried her in a church fire pit after an argument about his D grade, according to police.
Early Friday, the teen put his mother's body in a wheelbarrow in order to load her into a van, which he drove to River City Church, approximately one mile from the home, police said.
Ramos waited until she was asleep, went into her room at 12.30am and strangled her.
The father was on a business trip in Seattle, WA, during the incident.
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Ramos later staged a burglary and called police to report his mom missing after school on Friday, authorities said. They are also charged in connection with Cleavenger's murder.
After killing Gail, Ramos confessed to inviting school friends Dylan Ceglarek and Brian Porras, both 17, to his house to stage a burglary. The burglars must have taken her, he told Volusia County Sheriff's Office investigators.
The sheriff said authorities began investigating Friday afternoon, after Ramos reported that his house had been burglarized by intruders who stole computers, a Playstation 4, a rifle and other items. 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.
Chitwood added that this was "one of the most disturbing and saddest I've seen in my career".
"We would come home and sit in the driveway and talk about our kids having driver's license finally, and all that kind of stuff", Hackett said. "All our hearts break for this family", Chitwood tweeted on Saturday. Ramos was a member of the Orange City Police Explorers and took criminal justice classes in which he studied crime scenes, reported the Orlando Sentinel.