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Man with diaper-changing fetish contests laptop seizure
His probation violation comes as Hooksett police investigate new complaints by two home health care providers that they received suspicious calls from a man soliciting care for his adult son with a brain injury.
“We don’t want anybody going to a home and have anything happen,” he said.
Carrier admitted he tried to expose himself to a home care nurse and another woman on Sept. 12, 2012, in Hampton during a ruse where he posed as a younger man with a brain injury. When the nurse arrived at the home, Carrier asked her to change his diaper.
Assistant County Attorney Michael Zaino said that the state should have the right to take the computer because Carrier used it to target home care nurses in the Hampton case.
Carrier is contesting the state’s effort to take his laptop. A judge will have a hearing Aug. 12 to decide whether the state can keep the computer.
Bartlett said one of the complaints was originally made to Manchester police, but the matter was referred to his department because the caller provided a Granite Street address in Hooksett.
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