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Dalontay Edmond-Geiger Sr., 31, pleaded guilty to charges including felonious assault, kidnapping, tampering with evidence and having weapons under disability. He will be sentenced Nov. 29.
Edmond-Geiger Sr. was arrested in the attack back in May.
Authorities said he drove the 60-year-old woman to his home near West 97th Street and Henley Court in Cleveland. There, he assaulted her, stabbed her in the arm, zip-tied her hands and tortured her.
She was found when police conducted a welfare check at his home. They found her inside a small plastic container on the porch “moaning in pain.” She was treated at a hospital.
He was carrying an AK-47 rifle at the time, after having been banned from carrying firearms after a 2013 robbery conviction. He was ordered to forfeit the firearm to the Cleveland Division of Police.
Edmond-Geiger Sr. was originally charged with and pleaded not guilty to attempted murder, felonious assault, kidnapping, tampering with evidence and having weapons while under disability.