November 10, 2010 by staff
Spader was charged and found guilty of first degree murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to murder and robbery and witness tampering, according to the Nashua Telegraph. The Telegraph said the room was all quiet during the reading of the verdict.
Spader and family who attended the reading had no appreciable reaction.
David Cates, Kimberly’s husband, was also present. The Boston Channel, said Cates hopes that in future, the state of New Hampshire can develop programs to identify and help youth problems.
Jurors deliberated for less than two hours before delivering the verdict.
Spader, who just turned 19 years old, was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder.
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