Adam Montgomery denies killing his daughter, Harmony, during sentencing hearing

Adam Montgomery denies killing his daughter, Harmony, during sentencing hearing

Adam Montgomery has publicly denied killing his 5-year-old daughter, Harmony Montgomery, during his stay Sentencing hearing on weapons and firearms charges on monday.

“I loved my daughter unconditionally and I didn’t kill her,” Montgomery said, wearing handcuffs and an orange prison jumpsuit, as he appeared before a Hillsboro Superior Court judge. he charged with premeditated murder in the death of his daughterHarmony, last seen in December 2019.

Separately, in June, Adam is found guilty From Armed Occupational Criminal (Gun), Armed Occupational Criminal (Gun), Receiving Stolen Prop (Gun), Receiving Stolen Prop (Gun), Robbery by Unauthorized Taking (Gun), Robbery by Unauthorized Taking (Gun).

Professional criminal charges carry a minimum of 10 years in prison. Adam was charged with theft and attempted sale of two handguns in the fall of 2019.

Adam Montgomery told the court, “So, I understand that the jury found me guilty, and I’m not here to dispute that at all.” “The only consideration I have is that you think nothing of it as it relates to the case involving his daughter, Harmony.”

“I did not kill my daughter, Harmony,” he said, “and I look forward to my next trial to refute these offensive allegations.” “You probably won’t believe me when I tell you that I didn’t wake up one morning and choose to become addicted. I don’t want to be addicted, and I’m going to spend my time in prison realizing that as much as I can to change things about myself.”

He told the judge, “I love my daughter unconditionally, and I did not kill her.” “Please don’t have anything in mind about the charges. Just keep in mind the facts in this case.”

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