A person accused of kidnapping 18-year-old Naomi Irion from a Nevada Walmart was charged Friday along with her homicide.
Troy Driver, 41, was charged with open homicide two days after Iron’s physique was present in a makeshift grave in a distant space of Churchill County, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.
Open homicide consists of first-degree homicide and all associated offenses within the state, housebreaking and destruction of proof,
Driver remained in jail after being arrested final week for allegedly abducting the teenager on March 12 in a Walmart car parking zone outdoors of Reno as Irion waited for a experience to her job on the Panasonic manufacturing unit.
Driver had been caught on surveillance footage driving her 1992 Mercury Sable, which was later discovered deserted in an industrial park.
He kidnapped her “on or about March 12” and “did maintain or detain her for the aim of committing sexual assault and/or goal of killing her,” in line with the two-page prison criticism filed Wednesday in Lyon County’s Canal Township Justice Courtroom.
A whole bunch of volunteers all through Irion’s grieving residence neighborhood of Fernley had combed by way of the desert on the lookout for clues within the younger lady’s disappearance, which made headlines throughout the US.