MANCHESTER, N.H. —
The father of a missing 8-year-old girl spends one hour each day outside his cell at the Valley Street Jail, News 9 Investigates has learned.
Adam Montgomery is in custody on assault and weapons charges and has been in jail since Jan. 2. He has not been charged in connection with the disappearance of his daughter, Harmony Montgomery, who hasn’t been seen in more than two years.
Corrections officials said Adam Montgomery is living in a “house alone, out alone” protocol, which means he gets one hour each day outside his cell. Officials said he often spends that time on the phone, making calls that are monitored and recorded, something inmates are aware of.
News 9 Investigates has also learned that Adam Montgomery requested to be moved to the medical unit with eight other inmates. That request was denied, with officials citing safety.