MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire corrections officials would like to use proceeds from killer Sheila LaBarre’s property to help pay for her prison time.

The state has filed liens against property LaBarre owns in Epping and Somersworth, seeking nearly $2.3 million.

LaBarre was convicted last year for the first-degree murder of Kenneth Countie and Michael Deloge.

Countie’s family filed a wrongful death suit against LaBarre and attached her estate seeking $10 million in restitution for his murder. The state says if any money remains from LaBarre’s estate after the wrongful death suit, the state would be reimbursed for some of her prison costs.

LaBarre is serving two life sentences without parole.

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