MERRIMACK -- A Manchester man is facing multiple charges after asking a juvenile for explicit images and offering the child money for sexual services, Merrimack police said.
The Merrimack Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Bureau, in conjunction with the N.H. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, launched an investigation into prostitution involving an individual under the age of 18 in May and determined that a man identified by police as Jayson Juttner, 34, of Dix Street in Manchester, had asked a juvenile to produce sexually explicit images, Merrimack police said.
The juvenile allegedly sent the sexual images to Juttner through a social media application on their cell phone.
Juttner also offered to give the juvenile money for sexual services, police said.
Juttner was arrested on a warrant and charged with manufacturing child sexual abuse images, possession of child sexual abuse images, endangering the welfare of a child or incompetent, and prostitution.
Juttner was released on bail from Valley Street Jail pending arraignment on Dec. 12 in Hillsborough County Superior Court – South.