Two teenagers in Iowa, in the United States, killed their Spanish teacher because of poor grades, prosecutors said during a court hearing Wednesday, as reported by the guard. Nohema Graber, a high school teacher, was found beaten to death in Fairfield last November. Her body was found in a park, hidden under a tarp, wheelbarrow and sleepers, the outlet said in the report. The students, both 16 at the time, were arrested shortly after the teacher went missing.
Police have named the two boys as Willard Miller and Jeremy Goodale. They said Miller met with Ms. Graber on Nov. 2, 2021 to discuss his poor grades. She then drove to a park where Mrs. Graber regularly went for walks after school. Police said eyewitnesses saw her van leave less than an hour later with two men in the front seat.
When questioned by police, Miller said he was frustrated with the way Ms. Graber learned Spanish and also spoke about his low grades. the guard said in the report.
“The low figure is believed to be the motive behind Graber’s murder, which Miller directly links,” prosecutors told the court.
based in the UK Subway said the teens’ lawyers are contesting some of the evidence collected by police and asking for some of it to be suppressed. The lawyers also want Miller’s comments to police, information from his mobile and social media platform Snapchat to be suppressed.
Prosecutors, meanwhile, urged the court to consider the previously unreported details. The court has yet to make a decision Subway report said.
The outlet went on to say that both teens will be tried as adults in Iowa, where they could face life in prison. If convicted, they both stand a chance of parole.
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