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Judge OKs demolishing plant where Hampton woman was killed
The abandoned City Concrete building in Exeter was a crime scene last March. The building will be demolished. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
Wageling recently lifted the order in Rockingham County Superior Court, allowing the building to be razed.
Warf was allegedly stabbed to death by her ex-husband, Aaron Desjardins, inside the building at 2 Hampton Way last March 7.
State prosecutors said in court papers that all the evidence they needed for the upcoming trials of Desjardins, his wife, Sarah, and sister, Michele Corson, had been collected from the building.
Desjardins, 37, of Epping, is accused of carrying out the plan to kidnap and murder his ex-wife with the help of his sister and new wife, according to indictments.
Warf, 36, of Hampton and Desjardins were arguing over details of their divorce and the care of their 1-year-old son, William, just prior to the murder, according to family court records.
All three suspects are being held in area county jails.
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