New Hampshire Minor Arrested On charges Of Killing Mother

The child will stand trial as a juvenile and face three counts of first-degree murder and one count of forgery.

Cassandra Sweeney, 25, and her 4- and 1-year-olds, according to a Thursday announcement by Attorney General John Formela, State Police Col. Nathan Noyce, and Northfield. Two children, Benjamin and Mason, were killed in a three-person homicide. Police Chief John Rafael.

When police arrived in response to a 911 call for help just after 11:30 a.m. last Wednesday, they found three bodies in the home.

Bouquets mark the residence where Kassandra Sweeney and her two sons were killed on Aug. 3. A teenager has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder and one count of manipulating physical evidence in connection with their deaths, the NH AG office reported today.

The juvenile rule, which protects the identities of minors and prohibits the release of any additional information where they are involved, was cited as a reason for not disclosing additional information about juveniles.

It is unclear if the Sweeneys knew the child, or if there was any other information that would allow them to identify them, such as their age.

The suspect in Kassandra Sweeney’s case may be tried as an adult

New Hampshire Senior Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Ward discusses the arrest

In juvenile cases, prosecutors can ask for the offender to be tried as an adult, with the court making the final decision, an official involved said. The official added that he could not foresee whether that would happen.

Kassandra Sweeney’s husband, Sean Sweeney, was reportedly implicated in the murder.

Sean responded to rumors that he was tired of “identity being dragged into the mud” in a Facebook post.

The post also thanked internet users for their “outreach and support.”

In honor of Kassandra and her children, we have created a GoFundMe page

Kassandra’s cousin created a GoFundMe page to raise money for her memorial service and funeral.

At the time of writing, the campaign has $50,000 in funding.

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