Husband, Wife, Adult Son Shot to Death in Darien on Kilkenny Drive

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UPDATE: Jacob Nordarse, 23, was taken into custody in Lehigh Acres, Florida by U.S. Marshals and Lee County sheriff’s deputies. Nordarse was first charged with obstruction of justice, although it is unknown if that charge is connected to the Darien murders … more from ABC7Chicago …

Jacob B. Nodarse and Johnny Borizov charged Saturday March 6, 2010 with triple homicide in Darien shootings
Johnny Borizov faces three counts of first-degree murder, four counts of solicitation of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder. Jacob Nodarse is now charged with three counts of first-degree murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder. Nodarse is allegedly for the triple homicide that resulted from the multiple homicide that was planned that would have included Angela, the mother of Borizov’s child — the subject of a difficult custody battle.


Darien police responded about 3:00 a.m. to a 9-1-1 call that led them to a house in the 8900 block of Kilkenny Drive where they found three bodies — Jeffrey Kramer, 50, his wife Lori Kramer, 46, and son Michael, 20. Two of the victims were found on the first floor.

A daughter Angela, 25, who hid in a closet and called 9-1-1, was found at the home uninjured. Another son, Anthony, 29, and an unidentified female (a 17 year-old friend of Michael) were also found at the home, apparently uninjured.

No weapon has been recovered, and a search of the home is underway. Police are reporting that the house in the Tara Hill subdivision of Darien appears to be target with the offender no offender or offenders threatening the rest of the neighborhood.

Jeffrey Kramer owned Kramer’s Auto Repair & Towing in Cicero.

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