Judge Rules Accused Teens’ Bond to Remain at $1 Million


The bond of two Fairfield teens accused of murdering a Spanish teacher will not be reduced, according to a Friday ruling.

The attorneys for 16-year-olds Jeremy Goodale and Willard Miller requested last week to have their clients’ bond–set at $1 million apiece–be lowered.

In his ruling, Judge Joel Yates says the bond will remain at $1 million for both defendants.

Goodale and Miller have each been charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit a forcible felony. The pair allegedly killed 66-year-old Nohema Graber while she was taking her daily walk in Chautauqua Park in Fairfield on November 2nd. The motive for the killing was not disclosed by authorities.

Both Goodale and Miller pleaded not guilty to all charges this past Monday.

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