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Borizov, Nodarse guilty in Darien triple slayings

The man who orchestrated the murders of three members of a Darien family was sentenced to three life sentences Monday.

Johnny Borizov was convicted in the murders of Jeffrey and Lori Kramer and their 20-year-old son, Michael in 2010.

Borizov was involved in a custody dispute with the Kramer’s daughter.

Jacob Nodarse, the man Borizov convinced to carry out the murders, was sentenced to 75 years in prison, without the possibility of parole or appeal.


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Attorneys are presenting their opening statements Tuesday in the trial of a suburban man accused of arranging the murders of three people in Darien.

Johnny Borizov of Willow Springs is charged with murder and solicitation of murder.

He’s accused of persuading another man, Jacob Nodarse, to break into a Darien home and shoot Jeffrey and Lori Kramer and their 20-year-old son, Michael.

Nodarse has pleaded guilty but mentally ill and will testify against Borizov.

It will be the first televised murder trial in the Chicago area.