Los restos de 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
Preliminary 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, según denuncia penal.
En una entrevista, “an associate” of Goodale and Miller provided authorities with exchanges in social media that indicated Goodale had “specific details of the disappearance and subsequent death of Graber,” the criminal complaint stated. The social media interactions also showed that Miller was “involved and present for the death of Graber,” según la denuncia.
“The details included, but were not limited to, the motive for killing Graber, the planning and execution of the means to kill Graber, as well as deliberate attempts to conceal the crime,” authorities wrote in the complaint.
Miller admitted in an interview to being in Chautauqua City Park “as the murder was taking place, providing materials utilized in committing the murder and aiding in actions taken to conceal the murder,” según la denuncia.
“Fairfield Community School District is saddened by the tragic death of longtime teacher, señora. Nohema Graber,” District Superintendent Dr. Laurie Noll said in a statement. “In her nine years with Fairfield High School, señora. Graber touched the lives of many students, padres, and staff.”
Miller and Goodale are slated to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on November 12, muestran los registros judiciales.