Updated: Friday, 05 Mar 2010, 3:00 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 04 Mar 2010, 1:21 PM EST
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Chicago police said they believe 23-year-old Jacob Nodarse shot and killed three people in Darien, Ill., a suburb on Chicago's west side, Tuesday morning.
Thursday morning the Indiana State Police found several items believed to be involved in the killings in a Dumpster outside the IHOP restaurant in Terre Haute. These items, along with surveillance video from IHOP, were turned over to Darien police Thursday afternoon
Police couldn't say exactly what was found. They only said that evidence found was believed to have been involved in these crimes.
The details surrounding the murders haven't been released, but the three people shot and killed were Jeff Kramer, 50, his wife Lori, 48, and their son Michael, 20.
Nodarse then allegedly fled to Florida.
He was picked up Wednesday morning near Fort Myers, Fla., asleep in a car outside his parents' home.
Early reports said Nodarse made a full confession Thursday, but News 10 was unable to confirm that through the Lee County Sheriff's Department in Florida where he is being held.
Nodarse waived extradition and will be returned voluntarily to Illinois.
He's being held with no bond and was preliminarily charged with obstructing police, but more serious charges are expected.