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Jurors allowed to hear Raymond man's statements to police in baby abuse case
Cavan Moore, 27, of Raymond is headed to trial in December on 14 counts of second-degree assault in connection with breaking bones of his seven-week-old son. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/FILE PHOTO)
Labell testified he closed the door for privacy, and told Moore that he was not under arrest.
"The facts strongly suggest that Mr. Moore was not deprived of his freedom by Detective Labell in any significant way," McHugh said in a seven-page decision.
He faces 14 counts of second-degree assault and six counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Moore's wife, Erica, also faces misdemeanor child endangerment charges.
Moore agreed to give a written statement to Labell at the hospital.
Labell testified that he left Moore in the hospital room for about 20 minutes to complete his written statement. Labell returned to find Moore with his wife.
Labell confronted Moore about the two different statements. Moore denied saying the earlier statement.
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