No bond for pair charged in 3 Chicago-area deaths 

Two men charged in the shooting deaths of three members of a suburban Chicago family have been denied bond.

Prosecutors say 28-year-old Johnny Borizov persuaded 23-year-old alleged shooter Jacob Nodarse to kill the mother of his 1-year-old son, her parents and brother over a custody dispute.

The woman, Angela Kramer, escaped injury. But the bodies of her mother, father and brother were found at their Darien home on Tuesday. A funeral mass for all three victims was scheduled for Monday.

Prosecutors claimed in court Sunday that Nodarse broke into the house using a hammer. They also allege Borizov planned an alibi by going to the Empress Casino in Joliet during the killings.

Defense attorneys say the allegations are false. Both men are due in court March 29.

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