(Fairfield, IA) -- Donations are already near the modest goal set by friends to help Nohema Graber's family. She's the Fairfield High School teacher found murdered in a local park this week. Two students are charged as adults in her murder.
The GoFundMe account Friends of Nohema Graber is requesting $25,000 for Graber's family, and at the time of this writing, is near that goal less than a day after the news broke about Graber's death.
Sixteen-year-old Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and 16-year-old Jeremy Everett Goodale are both charged as adults with first-degree murder and first-degree conspiracy to commit murder.
Police investigators say Graber was last seen at Chautauqua Park Tuesday afternoon. Her family reported her missing Wednesday morning, and police and sheriff's deputies found her body after several hours of searching the area.
They say Graber's body had been hidden under a tarp, wheelbarrow, and railroad ties. In the criminal complaints filed in Jefferson County Court police investigators say Graber had trauma to the head.
The court documents also reveal that police got a tip about social media posts showing Goodale knew about Graber’s disappearance and death, including plans to kill her. Investigators say the posts include a motive and details about hiding her body. The social media also implicates Miller.