Chilling details of Harmony Montgomery’s father Adam's 2019 interrogation emerge after arrest
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MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Adam Montgomery was reportedly arrested on Monday, October 24, 2022, in connection with his daughter Harmony Montgomery's murder in 2019. According to the police, Harmony, 5, was murdered in December 2019. However, the hunt for her body is still underway.
Meanwhile, The Sun has revealed some chilling information on the interrogation of Adam. According to the report, Adam behaved defiantly and also asked for a cigarette during an interrogation that happened on January 4, 2019, over child abuse allegations when Harmony lived with him in his home in Manchester, New Hampshire.
According to the report, in 2019, after behaving defiantly, Adam had asked the detective why he was being charged with second-degree assault. The detective told him, "Well, your daughter had some injuries that you know about when you lived in Gilford Street." Meanwhile, Adam has been recently arrested and charged with second-degree murder, falsifying physical evidence, abuse of a corpse, and witness tampering, among other charges.
According to the court documents, it was revealed that there were a few exchanges between the detective and Adam. After the initial doubt, Adam asked the detective, "No, I do not. What are you referring to?" To which, the detective claimed, "Well you were there, I wasn't, right? Further, the 32-year-old suspect asked, "What are you referring to?" and then the detective stated, "I'm referring to her (Harmony) having some good marks." The conversation continued, and the daughter's father enquired, "What are you referring to?" "Marks that were left on her by you," said the detective. Later, he claimed, "Absolutely not. I have nothing else to you."
The detective spoke in the court document about Adam's behavior, "After his last statement, the defendant (Montgomery) sat hunched forward with his arms crossed, avoiding eye contact." During the interrogation, Adam reportedly also accused the police of "being out of line" and told detectives: "I have nothing to explain." He also added, “You know what, man, like I don’t even want to talk anymore. Like this is just beating around the bush. It just seems a little too silly to me." The interrogation lasted more than 12 minutes.
Meanwhile, State Attorney General John Formella claimed on Monday, October 24, that Adam allegedly "purposely altered, destroyed, concealed or removed" Harmony's body sometime between December 2019 and March 2020. Earlier, he was only facing a charge of interference with custody and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
According to the documents, Adam's brother Kevin made some chilling revelations about Adam's behavior towards his own daughter. He claimed that Adam was physically abusive to Harmony. He also alleged that Adam had told him in July 2019 that he “bashed her [Harmony] around the house.”
According to reports, Harmony Montgomery was last seen alive in October 2019. However, cops were notified of her disappearance after Christmas in 2021.