CLEVELAND -- A grand jury has indicted a Parma man in the murders of his grandmother and grandfather.
The grand jury indicted Anthony King, 29, on 11 charges including four counts of aggravated murder, one count of aggravated burglary, two counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of kidnapping, grand theft and tampering with evidence.
The charges are in relation to the beating deaths of his grandparents, James and Wava King. According to the prosecutor, King allegedly used a pipe wrench in the beatings at the couple's Virginia Avenue home last month.
An adult daughter living in the home found the body of Wava King, 72. Police found the body of 75-year-old James King in the basement when they searched the house.
Police arrested Anthony King in Parma a few hours later. He was driving his grandparents' car.
An arraignment on the charges has not yet been scheduled.
Prosecutor Mason said, "It's sickening how little regard for human life he has. King's elderly grandparents suffered greatly, and he will be held accountable for his actions."