Jan 11, 2016 2:16 PM
The Associated Press
CONCORD - A N.H. man accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old girl and raping her over the course of nine months won't have some of the evidence collected from his home used against him at trial, but a judge otherwise has rejected most of his requests.
Prosecutors say Nathaniel Kibby, 35, kidnapped the girl on her way home from school in Conway in October 2013, then imprisoned her in his home and a storage unit until July 2014. He faces more than 200 charges.
Ruling on nearly a dozen motions Monday, a judge granted Kibby's request to suppress evidence of some of the guns seized from his home but allowed other items, including a mask, a laptop computer and sex toys.
The trial is scheduled to start June 20.
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