A suburban man who pleaded guilty but mentally ill to a 2010 triple murder in Darien, will be sentenced on Monday.
Johnny Borizov sat calmly Monday as a DuPage County judge sentenced him to life in prison for arranging the 2010 murders of three members of his ex-girlfriend’s family.
Johnny Borizov was found guilty of plotting to kill three members of his ex-girlfriend’s family three years ago in Darien.
In response to questions from Johnny Borizov’s attorneys, Jacob Nodarse said he couldn’t tell if he was dreaming or awake when he murdered Lori, Jeffery and Michael Kramer.
he confessed gunman in a triple murder in west suburban Darien three years ago took the stand Thursday in a DuPage County courtroom, and testified about being ordered to commit the murders by his friend, Johnny Borizov.
Jeff and Lori Kramer and their son Michael were shot to death in their Darien home three years ago. The trial of the man accused of killing them continued Wednesday in Wheaton.
DuPage County prosecutors told jurors in the triple murder trial of Johnny Borizov that he convinced a mentally-challenged accomplice to kill his ex-girlfriend’s family in 2010, because Borizov was involved in a bitter custody battle with his ex.
Jury selection has started at the first trial in the Chicago area to allow cameras in court during testimony and through to a verdict.
A DuPage County judge has overruled objections from both sides and will allow cameras into the courtroom for a high-profile murder trial next month.