Mont Vernon Murderers Spader & Gribble Headed To Same Prison

NASHUA, NH (CBS) – It appears the five men who were part of one of the most vicious crimes in New Hampshire history, may all wind up at the same prison.

Christopher Gribble and Steven Spader were both convicted in the murder of Kimberly Cates and the attack on her daughter, Jamie.

Three other men who accepted plea deals are awaiting sentencing for their roles in the horrific crime.

Once those sentences are handed down, they’ll be sent to the same prison as Gribble and Spader.

Prison officials say Gribble and Spader will be kept in solitary confinement, and they will work to keep the other men separated from each other.

Officials do say that one of them could eventually be moved out of state.

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