SHOCKING new photos of a man facing horrifying claims he killed his own daughter reveal a twisted neck tattoo of a notorious child killer.
Adam Montgomery, 31, was spotted with a disturbing Pennywise tattoo when he appeared in court Thursday morning after his estranged wife Kayla told police he had murdered their daughter Harmony, 5, in December 2019.
The alleged killer was arrested facing down in court during a pre-trial hearing after the shock announcement that he had been charged with murder, Manchester Police said on Monday.
Officials slapped him with multiple charges related to Harmony’s death, including conviction for convincing Ms Kayla to falsely testify on his behalf, she allegedly told police during a June 2 interview.
According to court documents reviewed by The US Sun, Kayla said Adam “encouraged her on several occasions to lie to the police about Harmony’s whereabouts, essentially using Kayla as a ‘cover story’.”
He told her “that everything is fine as long as she sticks to the cover story,” the documents say.
Adam allegedly beat Harmony – who was five at the time – to death “with a closed fist” and “deliberately altered, destroyed, concealed or removed” the little girl’s body and hid it, according to the indictment.
The alleged murder took place at Adams and Kayla’s home in Manchester, New Hampshire at 77 Gilford Street, according to court documents.
Police were called to the home more than a dozen times between January 2019 and January 2020, according to police reports obtained through a disclosure request by The US Sun.
On January 12, 2021, police received calls from neighbors about a “foul smell.”
The notes in one of the police reports said: “BUILDING STANDS EMPTY. FRONT DOOR WAS ENTRY. UNK (unknown) WHEN IT OCCURRED.
Below was an update of the report.
“The door wasn’t kicked in. Looks like someone moved out and left the door open. Adam Montgomery (told police) They just aired them.
Adam was charged with second-degree murder, falsifying physical evidence, abusing a corpse and tampering with witnesses, officials announced Monday.
Adam has previously been in prison on lesser charges of child molestation, child endangerment and gun possession.
He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Jury selection for Adam’s trial was scheduled to begin on November 7, but another hearing was instead scheduled for the 22nd to give the defense time to consider the new information, WMUR reported.
This comes after more of Adam’s dark past came to light earlier this year.
According to records from the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families obtained by Boston25News, Harmony was torn between her mother’s care and DCF for much of her young life.
The young girl was placed in the care of her father Adam in 2019 when she was around five years old.
“Harmony was returned to her father in February 2019. After Harmony returned to her father’s custody/custody, her association with the department ended as she does not live in Massachusetts,” according to records obtained by the outlet.
The records also state that Adam was previously imprisoned during part of Harmony’s life.
Since 2007, Adams’ charges in New Hampshire have ranged from burglary, first-degree assault to stalking.
In January 2014, the 31-year-old was charged with armed robbery and assault with intent to murder in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
According to police records, Adam shot a man in the head during a drug deal.
At the time of his arraignment, a Haverhill Circuit Court judge ordered Adam held without bail, deeming him too dangerous for the public to see if released.
The charges were later reduced, but he was serving time in connection with the incident.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6543502/adam-montgomery-child-killer-neck-tattoo-court/ New pictures of Adam Montgomery’s sick child killer neck tattoo have been revealed hours after the shocked claim he killed daughter Harmony