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Hooksett police charge two with prostitution at Firebird motel

May 11. 2017 3:40PM
Matthew Bole and Holly Kula 

HOOKSETT -- A man and woman are charged with prostitution after police say they made an arrangement over the internet and then met up at the Firebird Motel.

On May 5, detectives began investigating a prostitution complaint at the motel at 10 Bell Ave. That afternoon they stopped a vehicle leaving the motel and spoke with the driver, Matthew Bole, 54, of Salem.

Police allege he told them he had met a woman on and they’d decided to meet at the Firebird where he paid her in cash for sexual favors.

Investigators then questioned Holly Kula, 29, of Hooksett, in one of the motel rooms.

On Thursday, detectives arrested Kula at the motel and Bole surrendered at the police station.

Both were released on $3,000 personal recognizance bond pending arraignment on June 23 in 6th Circuit Court – District Division – Hooksett.

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