Police: Man again tries to entice caregivers into changing diaper | Local News - WMUR Home
now my family has another reason to hate me
A man previously convicted of indecent exposure after faking a brain injury to entice in-home nurses to change his diaper is at it again, police said.
Hampton police said Eric Carrier, 24, responded to a Craigslist.org ad offering child care services. The woman who placed the ad became suspicious after Carrier interviewed her, and she called police.
"She was quite concerned about a response to a Craigslist ad that she put in for child care services," Deputy Chief Richard Sawyer said.
Hampton police said the woman told them that Carrier claimed he had a brain injury and needed help. The woman told police she agreed to meet with Carrier for an interview, and Carrier explained his condition.
"He wore medical diapers due to the medical condition that he claimed," Sawyer said.
The woman told police she had her suspicions, but it wasn't until the end of the interview that she became concerned.
"At the conclusion of the interview, he stated that he was very uncomfortable and needed to have his diaper changed, at which time the victim became very uncomfortable and asked him to leave," Sawyer said.
The woman called police and gave them a description of the man and his vehicle. Police said that led them to Carrier, who had been arrested in Hooksett in July 2011 and charged with five counts of indecent exposure for engaging in similar behavior.
He was convicted of indecent exposure in connection with that case on July 30, 2012.
Bail was set at $10,000 cash.
i had to leave the room after it showed on the news