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A 15-year-old is accused of murdering a girl whose body was found last week in a house in Mount Vernon. in the business. Aiden Grant, 15, of Wayne was charged in Waterville District Court for intentional or willful murder in the Brooke McLaughlin murder trial. Grant entered a denial in juvenile court, which is the same as a not guilty plea Monday via a Zoom phone call. Grant is being held at the Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland. Two days after his 15th birthday, police said Grant killed McLaughlin, a 14-year-old seventh-grade student at Maranacook Middle School. McLaughlin was found dead Monday, July 18, by her mother at the family home on Blackberry Road in Mount Vernon. The family car went missing from the driveway and was later found abandoned in the nearby town of Wayne. Grant was arrested and charged over the weekend. McLaughlin was buried after a service on Sunday, July 24. In her obituary, she was described as a “kind, loving, very attentive, generous, strong person who loved her family and friends”. the attorney general asked Grant to undergo a diagnostic evaluation. The test will determine whether he should be tried as an adult, said Meg Elam, assistant attorney general for the state of Maine. will be held at the Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland until the next court hearing, which will be between the judge and attorneys, but that hearing is scheduled for Sept. 14.

A 15-year-old is accused of murdering a girl whose body was found last week in a house in Mount Vernon.

The police affidavit that would give many details about what happened has been sealed due to the age of both the victim and the suspect in the case.

Aiden Grant, 15, of Wayne was charged in Waterville District Court with willful or knowing murder in the Brooke McLaughlin murder trial.

Grant entered a denial in juvenile court, which is the same as a not guilty plea Monday via a Zoom call. Grant is held at the Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland.

Two days after his 15th birthday, police said Grant killed McLaughlin, a 14-year-old seventh-grade student at Maranacook Middle School. McLaughlin was found dead Monday, July 18, by her mother at the family home on Blackberry Road in Mount Vernon.

The family car was missing from the driveway and was later found abandoned in the nearby town of Wayne.

Grant was arrested and charged this weekend. McLaughlin was buried after a service on Sunday, July 24.

In her obituary, she was described as a “kind, loving, very attentive, generous, strong person who loved her family and friends.”

Prosecutors from the attorney general’s office requested that Grant undergo a diagnostic evaluation. The test will determine whether he should be tried as an adult, said Meg Elam, assistant attorney general for the state of Maine.

The suspect’s father was in court during the hearing, but did not want to be questioned by journalists.

Aiden Grant will be held at the Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland until the next court hearing, which will take place between the judge and lawyers, but that hearing is scheduled for September 14.

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