The house where the murder of Suzanne Taylor and her daughters, Taylor and Kylie, took place will soon be razed. The property has been sold and the new property owner is tentatively planning the development of that property at 11489 Ridge Road.
The bodies of three females were found dead on Sunday, June 11, 2017, at 11489 Ridge Road, just north of Wallings Road. A 911 call came in at 7:58 p.m. Suzanne Taylor, 45, was found with her daughters Taylor Pifer, 21, and Kylie Pifer, 19, in a bedroom, according to North Royalton Police. Brinkman, the 45-year-old North Canton man was charged with six counts of aggravated murder, three counts of kidnaping, one count of aggravated burglary and three counts of offenses against a human corpse for the North Royalton murders.
On January 28 of this year, George Brinkman, Jr. was sentenced to death by a panel of three Cuyahoga County Judges for the murders. The panel formally handed down three separate death sentences. Brinkman originally pleaded not guilty to the crimes, but changed his plea to guilty to the aggravated murder charges in the death of the three women. Brinkman’s execution is set for January 15, 2020. Brinkman stated that he does not wish to appeal the sentence.
The property was sold on May 15 to Fairway Royalton Property, LLC from N & R Enterprises, LI. The square footage of the property is 174,240 square feet. The new owner cleared a building in the back and pulled a permit to destruct the house, said North Royalton Building Commissioner Dan Kulchytsky. The permit has an expiration, but does not have to specify the date of the razing.
According to Mayor Bob Stefanik, the owner is currently considering options. Some of the options include building a single home on the property, or several homes. Either option would require him presenting his plans before the city’s Planning Commission before any further action would take place.
Contributing Writer