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Meanwhile, Associate New Hampshire Attorney General Jane E. Young stressed the investigation remains “very active” and “comprehensive” with state, local and federal investigators examining all facts associated with it.
Asked if investigators are reviewing other missing persons and unsolved homicide cases — particularly those involving women — as part of the wide-ranging nature of the probe, Young declined to answer the specific question. But, she reiterated that “it is a comprehensive investigation examining all facets of Mr. Kibby’s life before and after the day that Abigail was kidnapped.”
Kibby lived in a mobile home at Gateway Trailer Park. His mobile home and a metal storage container located nearby were extensively searched by authorities; the site is being fenced off by authorities.
In criminal cases, the state also can seek indictment at any time and sometimes defendants are indicted before their probable cause hearing dates are set.
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