Abigail Hernandez, alleged captor in court N.H. man held in teen’s 2013 disappearance ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Nathaniel Kibby, 34, is charged in the kidnapping of teenager Abigail Hernandez. Charles Krupa/Associated Press Nathaniel Kibby, 34, was escorted to his arraignment at Conway District Court in Conway, N.H., on Tuesday. Charles Krupa/Associated Press Kibby was arraigned Tuesday and charged in the kidnapping of teenager Abigail Hernandez. Charles Krupa/Associated Press Abigail Hernandez (bottom, third from left) looked on during Kibby's arraignment. Charles Krupa/Associated Press Kibby was ordered held on $1 million cash bail. Charles Krupa/Associated Press Abigail Hernandez (right) was missing for nine months before she returned home this month. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe Local and state police, as well as the FBI, gathered in front of Kibby's home in Gorham, N.H., on Tuesday morning. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe Town property records list Kibby as the owner of a $19,000 mobile home. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe The crime scene tape stretched past Kibby’s back yard, where a red shipping container sits next to a small shed. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe The container was added to the property a few years ago, neighbors said. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe Crystal Lutz, 31, said she grew up around the neighborhood and her father still lives near Kibby, so she visits often. Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe “He doesn’t like the government,” neighbor Shakira Bilodeau said. “He liked guns.” Gil Talbot for The Boston Globe Don St. Germain, 76, and his wife, Jeannette, 71, said authorities descended on their quiet neighborhood Monday in full uniform with rifles ready.