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Expedited hearing today for accused Abigail Hernandez kidnapper
The 1:30 p.m. hearing in Ossipee District Court follows the filing Tuesday of an “emergency motion to preserve evidence “by Kibby’s attorneys Jesse Friedman and Allison Schwartz as the state continues to investigate his client, something that Conway Police Chief Ed Wagner yesterday said was ongoing with representatives from both the FBI and State Police Major Crime Unit coming north to work with CPD detectives.
“It’s going to be a while before we’re done investigating the case,” said Wagner. He noted that multiple agencies have been part of the investigation into Hernandez’s disappearance and her return. The agencies have included several local police departments, as well as the FBI, the Secret Service and the Maine State Police, although Wagner could not comment on their roles due to the ongoing investigation.
In the subsequent article in the Sun, Zenya added another twist to an already mystifying case when she said her daughter – who had previously been able to send a letter to her mother shortly after disappearing – had been able to read her hometown paper “off and on” and that she got hope from knowing people were looking for her.
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