Willard Noble Chaiden Miller (pictured left) and Jeremy Everett Goodale (pictured right), both 16, are accused of killing 66-year-old Nohema Graber. The boys were students at Fairfield High School in Fairfield, where Graber had been teaching Spanish since 2012.
Police found Graber’s remains on November 3, at the Chautauqua Park in Fairfield. A tipster led investigators to the teens. Police say social media evidence ties both suspects to Graber’s death.
According to a criminal complaint, in a social media exchange, the teens appeared to know specific details regarding Graber’s death, including how the teacher died and the motive. Information on a specific motive has not been publicly released.
Investigators obtained search warrants for both suspects’ homes and found clothing that appeared to have blood on them. A witness who knew the suspects told police the suspects were seen at the park on November 3.
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