Nodarse sentenced to 75 years in Darien family murders

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Jacob Nodarse was sentenced today to 75 years in prison, without parole or appeal, for a triple murder that rocked the town of Darien.

Nodarse broke into the home of Jeff and Lori Kramer on March 2, 2010, shot and killed the couple and their 20 year old son Michael.  Angela Kramer hid in a closet and her brother Anthony escaped through a basement window.

Nodarse took a plea and in exchange testified that Johnny Borizov, Angela Kramer’s ex-boyfriend and the father of her son, manipulated him into the murders.

Borizov is spending his life in prison. And now most likely Nodarse will as well.

Nodarse read a statement in court saying how sorry he was for being the cause of such a tragedy.  He said the Kramer’s don’t deserve the hell he brought upon them.  He cooperated fully with the state’s attorney and yet in the end he pulled the trigger and shattered many lives forever.

Outside the courtroom, the Kramer family said they can finally move on, while the Nodarse family is still trying to understand how a man they knew as sweet and loving could be coerced into something like this.

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