DUXBURY, MASS. (WHDH) - New court documents have been unsealed in the murder case against a Duxbury mother accused of killing her children in their home in January.
Lindsay Clancy, 32, is accused of killing her three children before attempting suicide.
Newly unsealed documents span hundreds of pages and relate to 11 search warrants in the case. Together, the documents provide a glimpse into evidence seized, including information from phones, tablets and computers.
Investigators also took blood and urine samples from Clancy, according to the documents, and gathered forensic evidence from shingles and areas around the second floor bedroom window of the family’s home.
Documents say investigators “are also aware that Ms. Clancy used her cellular telephone and her journal to document her mental state and her feelings about her children.” In addition, documents say Clancy used her phone “to keep track of her medications and researching ways to kill.”
Prosecutors have said Clancy strangled her children with exercise bands while her husband was out picking up dinner. According to court documents, Clancy’s husband found her injured outside on the ground after investigators said she jumped from a window.
Prosecutors have argued the deaths were premeditated. Clancy’s defense team, though, has argued Clancy has dealt with mental health issues and said she was overmedicated at the time of the deaths.
Clancy was indicted by a grand jury last month. She is currently being held without bail while receiving treatment at a medical facility.
Clancy is next scheduled to appear remotely for a superior court arraignment on Thursday.
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