Jan 23, 2015 7:25 AM

Prosecutors request passport in decade long kidnapping

The Associated Press

LANCASTER, N.H. (AP) - A prosecutor is asking a judge for access to the passport of a New Hampshire woman charged with custodial interference for fleeing with her 8-year-old daughter a decade ago.

Coos County Attorney John McCormick filed a motion Thursday to view the passport of Genevieve Kelly of Whitefield in hopes of locating her now 18-year-old daughter, Mary Elizabeth Nunes and Kelley's husband, Scott.

Genevieve Kelley has said she violated a family court decision to protect her daughter from her ex-husband, Mark Nunes, who she alleges abused the child. Mark Nunes was never charged.

Genevieve Kelley's lawyer, Alan Rosenfeld, said he had not seen the state's motion and would wait to comment on it.

Rosenfeld has said Mary Nunes presumably would be a witness for her mother at the trial.


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