A New Hampshire man faces more than 200 counts charging him with snatching a 14-year-old girl.
Prosecutors say a New Hampshire teen who was kidnapped in October 2013 waited until a week after she was home to reveal her alleged captor’s identity.
Lawyers representing the New Hampshire teenager who returned home nine months after she vanished on the way home from school say she “suffered numerous acts of unspeakable violence.”
Nathaniel Kibby is charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez Oct. 9, as she walked home from her high school in Conway.
Investigators want to move Nathaniel Kibby’s trailer and storage unit from his home but lawyers for Abby Hernandez’s accused kidnapper want it kept in place.
The man charged with kidnapping a teenager nine months ago is very bright, has strong opinions and thrives on conflict, according to a police officer who had two decades of contact with him.
Abby Hernandez is speaking out for the first time about the nine months she was missing.
Kibby has a lengthy criminal record dating back to his teenage years at Kennett High School, the same school Abby Hernandez attends.
Nathaniel Kibby of Gorham, N.H., was charged Monday with felony kidnapping.
An arrest has been made in the kidnapping of Abigail Hernandez.