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    FAIRFIELD, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa teenager accused of killing his high school Spanish teacher learned Thursday that he will be tried as an adult, a day after a judge rejected his accused accomplice’s request to move the case to juvenile court. District Judge Shawn Showers ruled that Willard Miller, 16, of Fairfield, will be tried in November on a first-degree murder charge in the beating death of 66-year-old Nohema Graber, who taught at Fairfield High School. Miller and 17-year-old Jeremy Goodale are charged in Graber’s death. The judge said the juvenile court system would not have enough time to rehabilitate Miller “for a crime of such magnitude.” If found guilty, the juvenile system would not have been able to detain Miller more than six months past his 19th birthday. Miller and Goodale were both 16 when they were arrested in Graber’s killing. Graber’s body was found Nov. 3 hidden under a tarp, a wheelbarrow and railroad ties at a Fairfield city park. Police said she had been beaten to death with a baseball bat. Fairfield is about 95...
    FAIRFIELD, Iowa (AP) — Two southeast Iowa teenagers charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the death of their high school Spanish teacher pleaded not guilty in arraignment documents filed Monday. Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both 16, are accused of killing Nohema Graber in Fairfield. Graber, 66, was reported missing Nov. 2 and her remains were found later that day at a Fairfield park where she was known to take daily walks. Earlier court filings stated that Graber suffered “inflicted trauma to the head.” Miller and Goodale waived their right to a speedy trial, which means prosecutors are not required to try them within 90 days of formal charges being filed Nov. 12. Both said they are being held in juvenile detention facilities. Last week, lawyers for the teens asked a state court judge to lower their bond so they could be released to the supervision of their parents, but prosecutors resisted and said the bonds should be maintained at $1 million or even raised to $2 million. Assistant Iowa Attorney...
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Two southeast Iowa teenagers were formally charged Friday with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher, and a judge said there was enough evidence for the case to go to trial. Prosecutors in Fairfield filed documents containing the charges against Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both 16. They are accused of killing Nohema Graber, a 66-year-old teacher at Fairfield High School, which both teens attended. Authorities have not said whether she taught either of the suspects nor have they revealed a possible motive. She was reported missing Nov. 2 and her remains were found later that day at a Fairfield park were she was known to take daily walks. Earlier court filings stated that Graber suffered “inflicted trauma to the head.” In Iowa, prosecutors may file trial information and other documents detailing the allegations, negating the need for defendants to be in court for an initial appearance to face formal charges. Previously set appearances for both teens were canceled for Friday....
    Nohema Graber, 66, disappeared last Tuesday in Fairfield, Iowa. Her body was found the following day and two students at the school where she taught have been charged with her murder Cops say the murder of a beloved Iowa Spanish teacher who hailed from Mexico was not racially-motivated, as the two 16 year-old students accused of the slaying remain behind bars.    But investigators have revealed to offer any further motive over the November 2 killing of Nohema Graber, 66, at a park in Fairfield, Iowa, despite concern from local community groups that it may have been a racist attack. 'I can't talk in-depth about what the motives were,' Mitch Mortvedt, an assistant director at the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, told KCCI on Tuesday.  'But we are confident as far as law enforcement that race had nothing to do with this homicide.' Detectives previously disclosed that they'd discovered social media messages pointing to Miller and Goodale as the killers, but refused to disclose their contents, or even say what platform the communications had been shared on.  Last week, they said...
    (CNN)Two 16-year-old high school students have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a Spanish teacher at their Iowa school, court documents show. The remains of Nohema Graber, who was a Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, were discovered in Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, Iowa, on the same day she was reported missing, according to a statement posted on the city's Facebook page.Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both 16, have been criminally charged as adults based on the circumstances and their ages, the city said in the statement. Nohema Graber taught for nine years at Fairfield High SchoolEach is charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit a forcible felony, according to court records, which also show they are held on a $1 million bond. It is currently unclear whether Miller or Goodale have attorneys. Read MorePreliminary investigation at the scene indicated that Graber -- whose remains were concealed under a tarp, wheelbarrow and railroad ties -- had suffered inflicted trauma to the head, according to a criminal complaint. In an interview, "an associate" of...
    FAIRFIELD, Iowa -- Court hearings were set for next week for two southeast Iowa high school students charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher as her family deals with the shocking ordeal and urged forgiveness.Investigators said Nohema Graber, a 66-year-old Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, was reported missing Tuesday. Her remains were found later that day at Chautauqua Park on the east edge of Fairfield, where she was known to take daily walks.Fairfield is located about 95 miles (152.89 kilometers) southeast of Des Moines.According to court documents, Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale were charged as adults with first-degree murder as well as conspiracy to commit a forcible felony. Both are 16 and were students at Fairfield High School where Graber taught.A judge set a preliminary hearing date for Nov. 12. If prosecutors first file and a judge approves trial information - documents that contain the formal statement of charges that will lay out the evidence prosecutors have gathered to prove guilt - before Nov. 12, the preliminary hearings will not be...
    THE ex-husband of slain Spanish teacher Nohema Graber spoke to The Sun about the chilling murder of his former wife.  Paul Graber remained closed to his ex-wife after their divorce and was the one who reported her missing to police before the tragic discovery of her body. 5Paul Graber remained close to Nohema years after their divorceCredit: Instagram/Nohema Marie Graber 5Mrs. Graber's daughter, also named Nohema, posted a tribute to her motherCredit: Instagram/Nohema Marie Graber 5Two of Mrs. Graber's students were charged in connection with her murderCredit: AP “To know Nohema was to love her—she was the kind of person every community longs to have in its midst and we were blessed to have her in our lives,” he told The Sun. “The family deeply appreciates the outpouring of support during this unimaginable tragedy. We also want to thank Governor Kim Reynolds for her eloquent words of sympathy and support.” Mr. Graber said any questions about the case should go to the Jefferson County Attorney, Chauncey Moulding. A GoFundMe for Mrs. Graber’s funeral expenses was also created, nearly reaching its...
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Court hearings were set for next week for two southeast Iowa high school students charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher as her family deals with the shocking ordeal and urged forgiveness. Investigators said Nohema Graber, a 66-year-old Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, was reported missing Tuesday. Her remains were found later that day at Chautauqua Park on the east edge of Fairfield, where she was known to take daily walks. Fairfield is located about 95 miles (152.89 kilometers) southeast of Des Moines. According to court documents, Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale were charged as adults with first-degree murder as well as conspiracy to commit a forcible felony. Both are 16 and were students at Fairfield High School where Graber taught. A judge set a preliminary hearing date for Nov. 12. If prosecutors first file and a judge approves trial information — documents that contain the formal statement of charges that will lay out the evidence prosecutors have gathered to prove guilt — before...
    TWO teenagers were arrested in connection with their teacher's murder after sharing "specific details" about her disappearance and death on social media. Details included motive for allegedly killing Nohema Graber, the planning and execution, and "deliberate attempts" to conceal the crime, according to the criminal complaint reviewed by the US Sun. 4Nohema Graber, 66, was a beloved Iowa Spanish teacher who was allegedly murdered by two of her studentsCredit: AP:Associated Press 4The Iowa park where Graber's body was found Those social media exchanges led directly to the arrests of Jeremy Everett Goodale and Willard Noble Chaiden Miller, both 16, who will be tried as adults. They were charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit homicide. They were arrested shortly after their beloved Spanish teacher Nohema Graber, 66, was found dead in Chautauqua City Park in Fairfield, Iowa - about about 113 miles southeast of Des Moines. Her body was hidden under a tarp, wheelbarrow and railroad ties, according to the criminal complaint. Graber's cause of death wasn't released but she "suffered inflicted trauma...
    Two 16-year-olds have been charged in the death of a Spanish teacher in Iowa.  The city of Fairfield posted a statement on Facebook Wednesday saying the teenagers were charged with first degree homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide, both felonies. They will be tried as adults for the crimes. The teenagers were charged following the discovery of the remains of the teacher, Nohema Graber, in the city's Chautauqua Park. Gaber was reported missing earlier on Wednesday.  The teenagers were students at Fairfield High School, where Graber worked. The city's statement did not provide any details about the murder or the evidence connecting the teenagers to the crime. The city said the investigation is ongoing and there is no threat to the public. The school released a statement Thursday saying it will be closed on Friday, but counseling services will be available to teachers and students who need it.  “We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and loved ones of Mrs. Graber. At this time our students’ and staffs’ well-being is our top priority. As a community, we will remain united in this time of tragedy,” Fairfield Community...
    Two 16-year-olds in Iowa were charged with first-degree homicide Thursday after the body of a Spanish teacher at their high school was found underneath a tarp at a local park that she would frequent. Nohema Graber, 66, taught at Fairfield High School, which is in the southwestern part of the state. Preliminary evidence indicates that she suffered from "trauma to the head," according to court filings. She had been reported missing on Tuesday and her body was located at Chautauqua Park in Fairfield the next day.  Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale were charged as adults in the killing. This photo provided by the Fairfield Police Department shows Nohema Graber. (Fairfield (Iowa) Police Department via AP) The Associated Press, citing court documents, reported that police were tipped off about a possible motive from a social media post by Goodale. Police said they found clothing with apparent bloodstains at the suspects’ homes. "This case is not, by any means, closed," Chauncey Moulding, the Jefferson County attorney, told the Des Moines Register. He said, at this point, there...
    Graber, 66, originally from Xalapa Mexico, taught Spanish classes at Fairfield High School since 2012, though it was not disclosed whether she had been the teens' teacher Two 16-year-old students were charged with homicide in the death of a high school teacher whose body was found concealed in a park in southeast Iowa, authorities said Thursday.    Investigators said Nohema Graber, a 66-year-old Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, was reported missing on Tuesday and her remains were found later that day at the Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, located about 95 miles southeast of Des Moines, The Ottumwa Courier reported. Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both 16, and students at the school, have been charged as adults with first-degree homicide and conspiracy to commit first-degree homicide, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department said.  Authorities said the two juveniles will be tried as adults, citing circumstances and their ages. They are both being held on a $1 million bail, records show.  Court documents filed Thursday from their initial appearance in court indicate they did not yet have attorneys. Both appeared...
    Two teenagers have been charged with homicide in connection to the death of a woman who taught Spanish at their high school, authorities said Thursday. Police discovered the human remains of Nohema Graber, 66, in Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, Iowa, on Wednesday. Graber had been reported missing earlier in the day. Two 16-year-olds, Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, have been charged with homicide in the first degree and conspiracy to commit homicide in the first degree in connection to Graber's death, according to the City of Fairfield. RITTENHOUSE JUROR KICKED OFF TRIAL FOR MAKING TASTELESS JACOB BLAKE JOKE TO DEPUTY Graber taught Spanish at Fairfield High School, where Miller and Goodale are students. The two teenagers are being criminally charged as adults for their alleged involvement in Graber's death, according to the city. The park was Graber's last known location on Tuesday. Police found Graber's body in the park under a tarp, wheelbarrow, and railroad ties. Based on the investigation by detectives, it appeared Graber suffered "inflicted trauma to the head,"...
    FAIRFIELD, Iowa (AP) — Two 16-year-old students were charged with homicide in the death of a high school teacher whose body was found concealed at a park in southeast Iowa, authorities said Thursday. Investigators said Nohema Graber, a 66-year-old Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, was reported missing on Tuesday and her remains were found later that day at the Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, located about 95 miles (152.89 kilometers) southeast of Des Moines, The Ottumwa Courier reported. The city has a population of about 9,400 people. Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale, both students at the school, have been charged as adults with first-degree homicide and conspiracy to commit first-degree homicide, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department said. Court documents filed Thursday from their initial appearance in court indicate they did not yet have attorneys. Both appeared via video conference. Magistrate Stephan Small ordered a state public defender to represent Goodale. Documents said Miller did not request a court-appointed attorney and it wasn’t immediately clear who would represent him. According to court filings made public Thursday afternoon, Graber...
    A man boldly offered to undercover officers in 2003 that he could make Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant’s highly publicized Colorado rape case “go away” by killing the accuser for $3 million, according to an unsealed FBI investigative report released last week. The heavily redacted 17-page document does not identify the suspect, but says he had a California driver’s license and claimed to be a Swiss national. That description matches Patrick Graber, a Swiss bodybuilder who was 31 at the time and living in El Segundo. Graber was arrested on Sept. 18, 2003, by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies and FBI agents while trying to collect the first $1 million payment in the murder-for-hire plot. Graber attempted to reach for a bag full of movie studio prop money in a car, after which he was surrounded by more than 30 officers in the parking lot of an El Segundo supermarket. At the time, he had been in the United States for about two years on an expired visa, authorities said. Graber allegedly claimed...
    The FBI unsealed documents related to a murder-for-hire scheme where a man offered to kill the woman who accused NBA legend Kobe Bryant of rape.  The 17-page, heavily-redacted report details that bodybuilder Patrick Graber offered to kill Bryant’s accuser for $3 million in an offer mailed to Bryant in 2003.  Bryant’s security and legal teams alerted authorities when the offer was first received, and the woman was warned about the offer, according to the report.  Graber’s offer stated, "he could make Bryant’s problem with respect to the sexual assault case go away for a fee," The Denver Post reported.  KOBE AND VANESSA BRYANT'S OLDEST DAUGHTER, NATALIA, COVERS TEEN VOGUE AFTER SIGNING WITH IMG Graber’s name is redacted from the report, but some details of the case had already been disclosed and he was sentenced to three years in prison in 2004 over the scheme.  VANESSA BRYANT FIRES BACK AT LA COUNTY FOR ITS 'FULL-SCALE ATTACK' ON HER IN ONGOING BATTLE OVER CRASH PHOTOS Federal authorities nabbed Graber when they set up multiple meetings and arranged to pay him with phony...
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