Published: Aug 19, 2013 6:06 PM EDT
Updated: Aug 19, 2013 6:15 PM EDT

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.-Deputies moved Jose Suazo from Lee County to the Collier County jail. He is the man who deputies say confessed to killing his wife, Johana Nunez, and 18-year-old son, Joseph Suazo, last Thursday.

A judge decided today Suazo's two surviving children will remain with a babysitter. This all comes on a day when his son Joseph would have started his senior year of high school.

"He was really nice, and just now not seeing him around is going to be affecting a lot of us, especially our senior year," a fellow student said.

A noticeable absence in the halls of Golden Gate High School is being felt for a young man with a promising future, many knew as "Suazo"

"He was a nice kid, everyone is emotionally hurt, confused, what happened? Because he was such a nice kid and saying hello, there wasn't any sign something was going on in his life," another student said.

But we're learning 18-year-old Joseph Suazo's home life was dark and often scary because of the actions of his father, Jose Suazo.

We're told Joseph spent a lot of time on the soccer field, a place where friends say he shined like a star.

"Whenever he got a chance to be friends with you, he would be friends with you, especially his soccer team, you saw him play and we were like 'wow' this kids amazing."

Students heard the news of this double murder just days before school was suppose to start.

A sheriffs reports says Jose Suazo, confessed to killing Joseph and his mother Johana inside of their home after an argument.

It also highlights new details, saying Johana and Joseph were the victims of apparent gun shot wounds. Johana was found on the floor near the front door and Jospeh was in a back bedroom.

A sheriffs report says Suazo was arrested for murder with a depraved mind, but without premediation. Right now, he faces two charges of murder. He will have another appearance in court tomorrow.