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Hooksett diaper suspect faces more charges
HOOKSETT - The local man whose diaper sex fetish got him arrested and sparked national media attention last month is facing new charges, police said.
Eric Carrier, 23, of 95 Granite St., was charged Monday with four additional counts of indecent exposure after more victims came forward after seeing news reports, according to police.
Carrier allegedly faked having a brain injury so in-home nurses he solicited online would change his dirty adult diaper, police said.
"Eric stated he has a sexual fetish involving getting his diaper changed," Detective Janet Bouchard wrote in court papers last month, adding that Carrier admitted to deceiving nurses so they'd come into his Hooksett home.
Carrier was released on personal recognizance and has a court date scheduled next week, Bouchard said. Calls to Carrier and his public defender for comment were not returned.
More details in Thursday's New Hampshire Union Leader.
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