Two 16-year-olds have been charged with murder his Spanish teacher with a baseball bat and then dispose of the body under a wheelbarrow in southeastern Iowa, according to the description that one of those involved made on social networks after the homicide.
On November 2, Jeremy Goodale and Willard Miller carried out the murder of Nohema Graber, their Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School, after having been planning it meticulouslyexplained the chain KCRG.
That day, Graber was followed by her students, aboard a van. She was leaving a park shortly after 4 p.m., according to court documents, after authorities were able to review recordings from a surveillance camera.
The lifeless body of the teacher was found a day later in Chautauqua Park, hidden under a wheelbarrow and a tarp.
He confessed everything on Snapchat
A registration request to the social network determined that both young men planned and executed the murderin addition to trying to remove the corpse.
Goodale said in a Snapchat conversation that he and Miller were keeping an eye on the teacher, the way she was killed with a baseball bat, where the body was hidden, and her attempt to remove all evidence that could incriminate them.
Likewise, in the search of the homes of the adolescents, bats were found, bloody clothing samples and a laptop, among other thingswhich were seized by the authorities.
Last Tuesday, a judge flatly rejected the request of the accused’s lawyers not to allow the media to enter the hearing that will be held to determine whether the teens are tried as minors or in adult court.
The AP agency indicated that the dates of the trials have been set for August 23, for Goodale, and November 1 for Miller.
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Two teenagers murder their Spanish teacher with a baseball bat, then hide her body under a wheelbarrow.