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Sheila LaBarre of Epping NH - wanted on charges she killed Kenneth Countie and incinerated his body - has been arrested in Revere, Mass.
Thanks to a tip, police apprehended LaBarre, 47, without incident at 1:45 p.m. Sunday in the vicinity of the Northgate Shopping Center.
Countie, 24, had moved from Wilmington, Mass., to live on LaBarre’s farm at 70 Red Oak Hill Lane in Epping about a month ago. He was last seen on March 17, and his family reported him missing on March 23.
A New Hampshire warrant for LaBarre’s arrest had been issued Friday, March 31, charging her with first-degree murder for causing Countie’s death. Since then, authorities launched a nationwide search to find her. She was believed to have a large amount of cash and had taken steps to change her physical appearance.
According to the New Hampshire attorney general’s office, at the time she was taken into custody, LaBarre had a large amount of cash on her, had her hair cut and had changed her hair color.
The suspect’s location was determined after a man, who said he did not previously know LaBarre, contacted Massachusetts law enforcement authorities with information.
He claimed he had been with her since Wednesday, March 29, in Massachusetts.
LaBarre is being held at the Revere Police Department and will be arraigned in the Chelsea (Mass.) District Court on a fugitive from justice charge and possession of marijuana. She will be held pending extradition proceedings in Massachusetts.
The investigation is ongoing and is being conducted with the assistance of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the state Fire Marshal’s Office, New Hampshire Fish and Game, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office and the Seacoast Emergency Response Team.
The attorney general’s office would not give information on how Countie was killed or what led authorities to believe his body was incinerated.