Three indicted on charges involving drugs, prostitutionStaff Report
March 27. 2014 8:16PM
MANCHESTER — The March Hillsborough County North Grand Jury returned direct indictments of three people in connection with prostitution and drug activities involving a 14-year-old between Dec. 1, 2013, and Jan. 16, 2014.
Michael Messina, 53, of 310 Amory St., 1st floor, was indicted on prostitution and related offenses. Messina is accused of knowingly permitting his residence to be used for sexual activity involving a 14-year-old. A common nuisance felony alleges he knowingly allowed his residence to be used as a place for drug-dependent people to use drugs.
Two misdemeanor indictments of endangering the welfare of a child accuse Messina of allowing a 14-year-old to engage in sexual contact with adult males and use controlled drugs.
Anna Messina, 33, of 189 Laurel St., was indicted as an accomplice to prostitution and released offenses by allowing her phone number to be used by Kieran Robinson-Green, 26, and/or a 14-year-old in online listings and received calls for activities involving the prostitution of the 14-year-old.
Two misdemeanor indictments allege endangering the welfare of a child by allowing the 14-year-old to use illegal drugs and to engage in sexual contact with adult males.
The third person indicted, Robinson-Green, of 45 Log St., was indicted on a felony of prostitution and related offenses, alleging he induced, or otherwise caused, the 14-year-old to engage in sexual contact or penetration for “consideration.”
Other March indictments:
• Eric Carrier, 25, of 95 Granite St., felony of attempted indecent exposure and lewdness Aug. 15, 2013, for pretending to be disabled, required to wear diapers, and asking a woman to change his soiled diaper. The charge is a felony because he was previously convicted of public indecency.
• Vernon Ingersoll, 68, of 187 Eastern Ave., 10 felony counts of possession of child sexual abuse images. Ingersoll was convicted of possession of child sexual abuse images in Merrimack County Superior Court March 8, 2002.
• Robert Oxley, 34, of New Horizons, three felonies of robbery Feb. 7, for allegedly threatening to shoot clerks at the Crosstown, Bremer Street and Uncle Bob’s markets, if they did not give him money. A misdemeanor of resisting arrest alleges he ran from a police officer who repeatedly told him to stop.
• Hector Rincon, 21, of 135 Orange St., seven felonies of assault of the 17-year-old mother of his seven-month-old child Feb. 6, for hitting, biting, kicking, hitting with a belt and punching in the face, which are felonies because he was previously convicted of violation of a protective order. A misdemeanor of endangering the welfare of a child accuses him of repeatedly hitting the young woman in the body while she was holding their infant.
• Jesse Vajgrt, 21, of 283A S. Stark Highway, Weare, nine burglaries of campers at 62 Barnard Hill Road, Weare; two attempted burglaries at the same address, all about Jan. 7, and a felony of felon in possession of a deadly weapon for having metallic knuckles Jan. 19, after being convicted of burglary Oct. 3, 2012.
• Melissa Huszarski, 32, of 221 Snook Road, Goffstown, a felony of theft by unauthorized taking for allegedly taking approximately $35,000 from her employer, Glen Lake Animal Hospital, between July 2008 and July 2013.