Nohema Graber Wiki – Nohema Graber Biography
Nohema Graber was a Spanish teacher at Fairfield High School who was found dead the same day she was reported missing. Authorities reportedly said that Graber’s body was found in Chautauqua Park in Fairfield. Her cause of death is not yet known, but she is believed to be a victim of homicide.
Two high school students have been charged with the murder of an Iowa teacher who was found dead on Wednesday.
She was 66 years old.
Nohema Graber Missing
According to a criminal complaint, investigators say Graber was last known to be at Chautauqua Park on Tuesday — she’d frequently walk in the park during her afternoons.
Police found her body the next day in the park under a tarp, wheelbarrow, and railroad ties. Detectives wrote that their preliminary investigation indicated Graber suffered “inflicted trauma to the head.”
To grieve, honor, and memorialize Graber, a vigil is planned for 7 p.m. Friday on the east side of Fairfield High School.
Miller and Goodale are students at Fairfield High School, where Graber taught Spanish. According to city officials, they have been charged with first-degree homicide and first-degree conspiracy to commit homicide and will be tried as adults due to the nature of their crimes and their ages.
Miller and Goodale had not yet pleaded guilty or not guilty as of Thursday evening. They both have preliminary hearings set for Nov. 12.
Both students do not appear to have prior criminal records in Jefferson County.
In a criminal complaint, investigators say an associate of the two boys provided information from social media exchanges that indicated Goodale allegedly knew specifics of Graber’s disappearance and death — including Miller’s alleged involvement, the motive to kill Graber, the planning and execution of the killing, and “deliberate attempts to conceal the crime.