A New Hampshire man charged in the murder of his missing 5-year-old daughter, Harmony Montgomery, spent months moving and hiding her body before disposing of it, according to a police affidavit released Tuesday. A judge released the affidavit Tuesday in response to a public records request. Much of it is based on interviews with Montgomery’s estranged wife, Kayla Montgomery, 32, who told police that Adam Montgomery killed Harmony on Dec. 7, 2019, while the family lived in their car. Kayla Montgomery, said he was driving to a fast food restaurant when he turned around and repeatedly punched Harmony in the face and head because he was angry. The couple noticed Harmony was dead hours later. For the next three months, investigators allege, Adam Montgomery moved the body from container to container and place to place, including the trunk of a friend’s car, a cooler in the hallway of his mother-in-law’s apartment building, the ceiling vent of a homeless shelter and an apartment freezer. A Hillsborough County jury found Adam Montgomery guilty of six felony weapons charges in a separate case earlier this month, setting him up for at least two decades in prison.
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