The Countryside man accused of killing three members of a Darien family early last month has been ordered to submit to a mental evaluation to determine his sanity and if he's fit to stand trial.
"We have an issue with fitness," said Ruggiero, according to the Daily Herald. "We believe there's a bona fide doubt."
Nodarse has pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of first-degree murder, conspiracy, home invasion and obstruction of justice on connection with the March 2 slayings.
Police say Nodarse was the trigger-man in the March 2 incident that left 50-year-old Jeffrey Kramer, his 48-year-old wife, Lori, and their 20-year-old son, Michael, dead. Two other family members in the home at the time escaped unharmed.
A second man, 28-year-old John Borizov, is accused of planning the attack and hiring Nodarse to carry it out.