Cleveland Police has released the 911 call that helped spark the investigation into the human remains found in the backyard of a west side home.
The remains have yet to be identified, but police say they are consistent with those of a child.
34-year-old Larissa Rodriguez was taken into police custody after a caller in Pakistan told police that Rodriguez buried her 5-year-old son, Jordan, in her own backyard.
The caller said his brother and Larissa Rodriguez's boyfriend, Christopher Rodriguez, assisted in the burial.
"My brother told me something and I just can't sleep at night," the caller told dispatch. "He told me something happened with one of the kids and they didn't call the cops. Basically him and his girlfriend buried the kid in the backyard."
The caller told police that Christopher Rodriguez told him about the burying of the child before being imprisoned in Medina County Jail in October on unrelated charges.
"He's been known to lie a lot," the caller added. "But if anyone was going to call the cops on my brother, it's me."
The caller also stated that he had served in the U.S. Air Force and was overseas in Pakistan working as a contractor.
On Wednesday night, Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia notified WKYC Channel 3 that 'Statement of Facts' have been filed in the case of Larissa Rodriguez for murder and felonious assault. Ciaccia added that charges would be forthcoming on Thursday.
Listen to the complete 911 call below: