This Thursday, November 4, it was announced that two 16-year-old students were arrested and accused of having murdered his Spanish teacher.
The victim, Nohema Graber, was reported missing hours before being located in a park of Fairfield.
Reports from the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office indicate that students Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale they have been accused of murder in the first degree and conspiracy to commit the act.
The body of the teacher was located this Wednesday in Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, Iowa, United States.
Graber, according to official information, was a teacher in Fairfield High School since 2012, school where Miller and Goodale were students.
The superintendent Dr. Laurie Noll, Through a statement he shared with families, he said that the school will be closed on Friday and that counseling will be available to the school community.
Both students will appear in court next November 12. On the other hand, according to official reports, Nohema Graber suffered an “inflicted head injury”.
Clues to the murder
It turned out that the police received a tip that Goodale had published a kind of murder plan on social networks and a possible motive, but still the ongoing research.
Judge Stephan Small ordered a public defender to represent Goodale. The documents indicated that Miller did not request a court-appointed attorney and it was not clear at this time who would represent him.
The classmates of the murdered teacher have joined through social networks and have created a kind of fundraiser to support her family, as the teacher left a son.
“Please consider making a donation to this cause. My community lost a teacher to unspeakable tragedy this week, but even worse is the burden she left behind, as she was also the primary caregiver for her son with special needs. Anything will help “, it is read in social networks.
The tragic truth of Thanksgiving: the tribe that helped the pilgrims is still sorry 400 years later
Former guards used song “Baby Shark” to torture inmates in Oklahoma jail
La Palma volcano: They capture the formation of beaches in the terrain created by the lava; that’s how they look | VIDEO