Vt. Man Charged With Killing Mom at Sea Poses Flight Risk, Prosecutors Say
Federal prosecutors say a Vermont man charged with killing his mother at sea in 2016 in a plot to inherit millions should remain behind bars pending trial because he poses a flight risk and danger to others. The prosecutors filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Burlington, Vermont, on Friday, opposing a request by Nathan Carman to be released….
Why Did Nathan Carman Get Indicted in His Mother's Death at Sea Nearly 6 Years Later?
The circumstantial evidence against Nathan Carman had been lying in plain sight for years before his surprising indictment and arrest. This month, allegations he killed his mother at sea off New England in a plot to inherit millions of dollars are brought to light. Federal prosecutors in Vermont are not commenting on the timing of their decision to put the…
Nathan Carman Pleads Not Guilty to Murder-At-Sea Charge in Mother's 2016 Death
Nathan Carman, a 28-year-old who has been living in Vernon, Vermont, faces life imprisonment if he’s convicted of the murder on the high seas charge.
Nathan Carman Due in Court on Murder Charges
A Vermont man found floating on a raft off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard in 2016 after his boat sank is due in court Wednesday for allegedly killing his mother at sea to inherit the family’s estate.
Nathan Carman Pleads Not Guilty to Murder-at-Sea Charge in Mother's 2016 Death
A Vermont man found floating on a raft off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard in 2016 after his boat sank appeared in court Wednesday for allegedly killing his mother at sea to inherit the family’s estate. Nathan Carman was arrested Tuesday on an eight-count indictment including murder on the high seas, according to officials at the U.S. Attorney’s Office...