Jacob Nodarse Arrested: Prime suspect of Darien Family KillingBy soumitra, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Florida (GaeaTimes.com) - Jacob Nodarse, a 23 year old man was arrested at his parents home in southern Florida in Wednesday afternoon. He was arrested on the charges of obstruction of justice, but police told The Chicago Tribune that he is a prime suspect in the murders of Darien family in Florida. Jeffrey Kramer, 50, his wife Lori, 48, and their son Michael, 20 was shot to death and found Tuesday morning in the Chicago area. The murder charges against Jacob Nodarse are yet to be filed.
Police in Florida was looking for Nodarse. Darien police told them that he was driving a blue BMW coupe. Police had issued agencies a warning to be on the look out for a blue BMW coupe. Darien police also informed that he had his family in Fort Myers and Miami. According to another source, Jacob lives in Lamont, Ill.
The Chicago Tribune reports that Jacob Nodarse was found sleeping in a minivan outside of his parent’s home in Lehigh Acres near Fort Myers. Police arrested him at around 3 p.m. while he was sleeping. The authorities said that there were no problems with his family and they co-operated in the arrest.
In Tuesday morning, police responded to a 911 call from 8900 block of Kilkenny Drive in Darien. Kramer’s daughter made the call. She was hiding in a closet. She called 911 and told there were shots fired in the home. Three family members were found dead on the scene by the police. The motive for the killing is not yet known.