Confessed killer to be sentenced in Darien family murders
An admitted killer will be sentenced to prison Monday for the murders of three family members.
Jacob Nodarse admitted to killing Jeffrey, Lori, and Michael Kramer, in their home in Darien on March 2, 2010.
He described how he shot and killed all the victims, while testifying against Johnny Borizov, who was convicted of plotting the murders.
Borizov was given a life sentence.
But Nodarse may receive a more lenient sentence because of his plea deal and cooperation.
As part of the deal, Nodarse pleaded guilty but mentally ill to the murder of Jeffrey Kramer, and he agreed to testify at the Borizov trial.
Nodarse faces a minimum of 45 years in prison, but Judge Daniel Guerin can still sentence him to life.
He would have faced a mandatory life sentence if he was found guilty of more than one murder.