NH Father Charged With Murder 3 Years After Daughter Disappeared

  • New Hampshire’s top prosecutor announced that Adam Montgomery has been charged with second-degree murder, falsifying evidence, abuse of a corpse, and tampering with witnesses at a news briefing Monday, roughly three years after the missing Harmony Montgomery was last seen alive.
  • Investigators in August announced that they would shift the focus of their investigation from a missing person to a homicide – and said they believe she had been murdered in Manchester in 2019.
  • The girl’s father, Adam Montgomery, has been jailed since January on charges of child abuse concerning the fruitless search for his missing daughter. He’s also an ex-con heroin addict who shot a man in Massachusetts in 2014 and is a suspect in an unrelated cold-case murder.
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