Who is Willard Miller? Wiki, Biography, Age, Killed Nohema Graber, Jeremy Goodale

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Willard Miller Wiki – Willard Miller Biography

Willard Miller and Jeremy Goodale are two Iowa teenagers accused of killing high school Spanish teacher Nohema Graber. Her body was found on November 3 at Chautauqua Park in Fairfield, Iowa, officials said.

Police said investigators found social media posts that incriminated Miller and Goodale, according to a criminal complaint cited by WKBN-TV. Both teens face murder charges and will be tried as adults.


His age is unclear.

Nohema Graber Murder

Fairfield city officials shared on Facebook that Graber was formally reported missing on November 3. Investigators searched Chautauqua Park because Graber was known to go walking there, Iowa Public Radio said.

Investigators said Graber suffered “trauma to the head,” according to court documents cited by the AP. City officials said that her remains were discovered in the park on the same day she was reported missing.

The criminal complaint explained that the body had been “concealed under a tarp, wheelbarrow, and railroad ties,” the criminal complaint explained. After getting search warrants for both Miller’s and Goodale’s homes, police found clothes with blood on them at both houses, according to court documents cited by Iowa’s News Now.

Willard Miller And Jeremy Goodale Charged

Public records on the Iowa Courts website show that investigators believe Graber was murdered on November 2. Goodale and Miller both face charges of first-degree murder and “conspiracy to commit a forcible felony.”

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The online case record also shows both teens were held on a $1 million bond. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for November 12.

City officials explained on Facebook, “Based on the circumstances and their ages, Miller and Goodale are being criminally charged as adults.”


After a witness alerted police to social media messages about Graber’s death, investigators identified Miller and Goodale as suspects. According to court documents cited by Iowa’s News Now, an “associate” of the teens came forward about letters Miller and Goodale had written. The exact nature of the relationship between the teens and the witness was not disclosed.

According to the court documents, the messages included “specific details of the disappearance and subsequent death of Graber,” the court documents, plus a possible motive and plans for covering it up. Officials did not share those details, including the reason, in the court filing.

A second witness reported seeing Goodale and Miller at Chautauqua Park on November 2, and We Are Iowa reported, citing court documents.

Investigators do not believe race was a factor in this case. The AP cited Assistant Jefferson County Attorney Patrick J. McAvan, who said investigators did not have evidence to suggest the crime was racially motivated.

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