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SUNBURY — As of noon Friday, testimony was wrapping up in the preliminary hearing of Miranda Barbour, the teen mother accused of joining her husband in the murder of a Selinsgrove man in November.
There was a strong show of security outside the courtroom. A city block near the Northumberland County courthouse was closed off while Miranda Barbour faced a judge for her preliminary hearing.
According to police reports, Miranda’s husband confessed that the couple wanted to kill someone together and that she lured Troy LaFerrara of Selinsgrove to an encounter through an online ad.
In court, two Sunbury police officers testified they got a court order and obtained text messages about setting up the meeting between Barbour and LaFerrara
The officers said Miranda Barbour claimed she was going to meet LaFerrera then lost her nerve.
A state trooper testified that after leaving the barracks Miranda Barbour…
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