Two teens accused of murdering Fairfield Spanish teacher

FAIRFIELD — Two students have been accused of murdering a 66-year-old Fairfield high school teacher.

Nohema Graber was reported missing by family members on Tuesday. Her remains were discovered Wednesday in a local park. Authorities have charged Willard Miller and Jeremy Goodale with first-degree homicide. Miller and Goodale are both 16.

According to a news release from the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office, the case against Miller and Goodale will be handled in adult court.

Graber was a Spanish teacher at Fairfield high school, where the two teenagers accused of her murder were students.