Suspect in Darien murders to undergo mental exam
April 22, 2010 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A DuPage County judge ordered a mental health evaluation for one of two men accused of killing three members of a Darien family.
A psychologist will interview Jacob Nodarse to determine his sanity and fitness to stand trial. He's accused of killing Lori and Jeffrey Kramer and their 20 year-old son Michael.
Prosecutors say Nodarse carried out the murders at the request of the other suspect, his friend Johnny Borizov. He has a son with the Kramers' daughter, Angela, who escaped the attack. The two were reportedly involved in a custody battle.
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