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Jury visits four area sites Tuesday in preparation for Marriot murder trial this week
Prosecutors allege the 31-year-old strangled and/or suffocated Marriott, 19 — a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire in Durham — at his Mill Street apartment on the night of Oct. 9, 2012, before, during or after committing aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Mazzaglia, his attorneys, the prosecution, the judge and court staff accompanied 16 jurors as they traveled to Mazzaglia’s and his former girlfriend Kathryn “Kat” McDonough’s Mill Street apartment building. From there, they drove the back roads — Back River Road and Piscataqua Road through Madbury, Durham and Dover — to Route 16 south and on to Peirce Island in Portsmouth.
They drove across the General Sullivan Bridge, where Marriott’s destroyed phone and GPS were tossed, and to the Mast Road parking lot in Durham, where Marriott’s vehicle was recovered.
Ward said the state plans to start presenting evidence this morning; each side will have up to an hour to present opening statements.
The map, which Mazzaglia allegedly provided to investigators, described where Marriott’s body was dumped off Peirce Island in Portsmouth after her death.
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