The Latest on a New Hampshire man who was accused of kidnapping a teenage girl and repeatedly raping her during nine months of captivity (all times local):

5:20 p.m.

Law enforcement officers have packed into a New Hampshire courthouse hallway to await the start of a hearing at which a man who pleaded not guilty to charges he kidnapped and raped a 14-year-old girl plans to enter a change of plea.

Prosecutors say the girl was kidnapped in 2013 and was held captive for nine months.

The Laconia courtroom has yet to open for the scheduled Thursday evening hearing in the case of 35-year-old Nathaniel Kibby. It's unclear when the delayed hearing will begin.

Kibby was scheduled to go to trial next month on nearly 200 felony charges related to the girl's October 2013 disappearance and the months that followed.

Kibby's lawyers have declined to comment. Prosecutors say Kibby used a stun gun and a shock collar to control the girl at his trailer in Gorham (GOR'-em).

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3:15 p.m.

Court officials say a man who pleaded not guilty to charges he kidnapped a 14-year-old girl and raped her repeatedly during nine months of captivity in New Hampshire is planning to enter a change of plea.

Thirty-five-year-old Nathaniel Kibby was scheduled to go on trial next month in Belknap County Superior Court in Laconia on nearly 200 felony charges related to the girl's October 2013 disappearance and the months that followed.

Court officials say a change-of-plea hearing has been scheduled for Thursday. Details of the change of plea haven't been disclosed.

Kibby's lawyers have declined to comment. They had sought to question the girl before his trial but were denied.

Prosecutors say Kibby used a stun gun and a shock collar to control the girl at his trailer in Gorham (GOR'-em).

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This item has been corrected to show court officials announced the change of plea on Thursday, not Friday.