Kristen Labrie Indicted For Attempted Murder
The indictments became public upon her arrest by Salem Police at about 6 o'clock this evening at 15 Cleveland Road Ext., Salem. She is being held without bail at the Salem Police Station pending her arraignment tomorrow morning in Salem Superior Court.
The victim, Jeremy Fraser, was 9 years-old when he died in March of this year.
The case will be prosecuted by Essex Assistant District Attorney Kate B. MacDougall. LaBrie is represented by Attorney Kevin James of Danvers.
The maximum sentences for the charges are, 20 years in state prison for attempted murder, 10 years for permitting serious bodily injury to a disabled person, with the final two charges carrying a maximum state prison term of five years each.
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