Adam Montgomery arrest: Harmony Montgomery’s father charged after girl, 7, reported missing 2 years after last sighting

Adam Montgomery has been charged with “felony 2nd-degree assault arising from 2019 conduct” against his daughter, as well as three other misdemeanors.

Adam Montgomery, 31, was booked Tuesday evening on an array of charges, including felony second-degree assault in connection with 2019 conduct against his daughter, Harmony, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office said. Prosecutors have also charged Montgomery with one misdemeanor charge of interference with custody, and two misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child pertaining to Harmony.

Harmony Montgomery is described as being 4 feet tall and weighing around 50 pounds

Despite the apparent break in an investigation that has garnered nationwide attention, authorities on Wednesday did not go into details about what 2019 conduct prompted the charges. It was also not clear if any of the charges directly pertained to the disappearance of the child. Police have said, however, that Harmony, then 5 years old, was last seen at a Manchester home after officers answered a service call in Oct. 2019.

During a late Monday afternoon press conference, Manchester Police Chief Allen Aldenberg said that detectives “are running on fumes but working around the clock” to find Harmony.

“I’m in rescue mode. We are not in a recovery operation,” Aldenberg said.

“We’re operating under the assumption she’s alive and well, and that’s how we’ll operate until someone convinces me otherwise.”

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