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Mazzaglia cited numerous reasons why statements he made during those interviews, as well as physical evidence garnered through those interviews, should be suppressed, and the state presented as many arguments in support of retaining the statements and evidence.
The two said McDonough had called them in a panic from Mazzaglia's phone and asked them to come over. When they arrived at the Mill Street apartment, they saw a naked girl on the floor wearing only underwear with a plastic bag around her face and head and visual contusions on her neck. Mazzaglia allegedly told them he had "gone too far," according to the filing.
McDonough ended her interview around 7 p.m. by asking for a lawyer. According to the recently filed memorandum of law, she was visibly shaken after police asked her about Gerkin and Hicock.
About four hours in, Mazzaglia drew a map to Marriott and then drove with police to Peirce Island, where the next morning police found strands of human hair on the ground between the sitting area and the cliff at the top of the main footpath, according to the filing.
So far the audio recordings of the interviews have remained under seal.
A final pretrial hearing is scheduled for late April, and the trial against Mazzaglia is scheduled to begin in May.
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