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Gorham man arraigned for kidnapping Abigail Hernandez, but details remain scarce
Nathaniel Kibby, 34, of Gorham, N.H. arrives for his arraignment at Conway District Court in Conway on Tuesday. Kibby was charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez nine months ago was ordered held on $1 million bail after a brief court appearance Tuesday. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, Pool)
Zenya Hernandez, left, sits with her daughter Abigail as Nathaniel Kibby, 34, of Gorham, stands during his arraignment at Conway District Court on Tuesday. Kibby was charged with kidnapping Abigail Hernandez nine months ago was ordered held on $1 million bail after a brief court appearance Tuesday. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, Pool)
Kibby, 34, of 4 Brookside Drive in Gorham, appeared before Judge Pamela Albee. She ultimately ordered Kibby — who has been in her court on several previous occasions to face unrelated charges — to be held on a $1 million cash-only bond pending a probable-cause hearing on Aug. 12.
Young said there appeared to be only one person involved in the kidnapping of Abigail Hernandez.
After the arraignment, Young acknowledged the lack of detailed information about the connection between Kibby and Hernandez, but said that was because the case was still under investigation.
Joined by her sister, and their mother, Zenya, Hernandez sat in the front row of observers, directly in front of Albee on Tuesday. Although Abigail watched the proceedings quietly, her mother several times addressed comments to family friends and was the last person with whom Young spoke before the arraignment began.
Kirsch did say, however, that Abigail and her family are doing well “all things considered,” adding that the kidnapping of Abigail and the prosecution of Kibby continue to be a “traumatic experience.”
“I think so. I don’t know where else he’d put her,” said Wallace Corrigan Jr., whose father owns the 50-home park and is a frequent visitor. “He couldn’t hide her at his mom and dad’s home.”
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