Dec 18, 2014 5:32 PM
It's a home you can't miss.
The place police say Nathaniel Kibby tortured and sexually abused a missing teenager for months. Authorities arrested him in July a week after the girl returned home.
"I was actually at work the day it all went down and one of my friends called me at work, and she told me what was happening," said neighbor Stephen St. Germaine. "I guess they rolled in with the whole SWAT team and everybody."
After the arrest police monitored the house and went to great lengths to preserve evidence.
"They were having a state trooper on watch 24 hours a day, and they had a $12,000 fence put up around it," said St. Germaine.
Total cost for the fence? More than $13,000.
We also learned the Attorney General's office has been renting the home the past few months. The trailer park owner says rent has been paid on time each month. Between the police presence and the fence, neighbors are losing patience.
"As far as I'm concerned they should've gotten rid of the place. Demolished it," said St. Germaine.
If the case goes to trial, that might not happen anytime soon.
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