Both Graser and Deja Adair were found dead inside of the trunk of Adair’s car. The police had searched the car twice before they finally found the victims hidden in the trunk.
The second victims, Amber M. Weigel, 25, and her daughter Neveah Weigel-Adair, 2, both were shot to death.
Adair has been charged with first-degree murder in the case of Graser and her daughter with the suspect, Deja.
Charges have not been filed in the case of Weigel and her daughter with Adair, Neveah, however.
According to Dane county records, Adair was named as the father of both child victims and was involved in a paternity suit with both of his daughters’ mothers.
In 2008, his first baby’s mama, Graser, filed a paternity suit, but records show that as recently as this year, Adair was living with Graser.
In July of 2009, Adair’s second baby’s mama, Amber Weigel, filed a petition to terminate Adair’s parental rights: “Tyrone Adair has not exercised his visitation rights since March 16th … and has informed me he does not intend to in the future.”
Additionally, court records show that three other women filed domestic abuse restraining orders; however, only one succeeded in securing one.
In that case, Adair is suspected of breaking into the woman’s apartment, vandalizing property and threatening to kill her.
The hunt continues for Adair, who is 5 feet 10 inches tall and 175 pounds. He is suspected of driving a silver GMC Acadia with a Wisconsin license plate 342-EBL.
Anyone who sees Adair is asked to call 911 immediately.
Mike Torrisi said: I worked with Tyrone for quite a while. I hadn’t seen him in close to a year, but when I was working with him, he was a great guy. Hard working, intelligent, funny. I know that people change and that sometimes people snap, but according to the dates in this article, I knew him while a lot of this shit was going on. Makes me sad, because at work, he was a hell of a guy. Posted 12/05/2009 at 05:13:14 PM