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DAILYKENN.com -- Larry Manno, age 74, was fatally beaten in 2019. An arrest was reported October 19, 2020. 

Arrested is 25-year-old Sedrick Hawkins.
"Manno was severely beaten at his landscaping business on September 16, 2019 and died from his injuries a month later.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force (NOVFTF) arrested Sedrick Hawkins, who was wanted for the murder of Larry Manno.

Manno was severely beaten at his landscaping business in the Buckeye-Shaker area on September 16, 2019. Manno died from his injuries a month later.

Hawkins, 25, was quickly identified as the suspect. He’d been on the run since the crime.

A tip from the community led to Hawkins’ capture in the Kinsman neighborhood, according to a press release.
Excerpted from cleveland.com ▼ Dec. 10, 2019

The beating happened about 1 p.m. Sept. 16 inside the business on Buckeye Road and East 128th Street. Hawkins burst into the business and attacked and robbed Manno, according to court records.

A 62-year-old employee returning to the business found a man standing behind the front desk of the office.

She asked what happened to Manno, and the man said he had nothing to do with the attack, police reports say. The man then ran from the business.

The employee noticed that someone rummaged through several drawers and cabinets. The employee found Manno on the ground in a back room. He had a gash on top of his head and there was blood on the floor.

Investigators noted in police reports that Manno’s pockets were inside-out. The employee told police Manno typically didn’t carry a wallet.

The attack left Manno disoriented. He told police he did not know where he was and did not remember what happened, according to police reports.

He suffered a collapsed lung, broken rib and broken cheek bone, according to police reports. Manno died Oct. 11 at University hospitals.

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