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Diaper Fetishist Strikes Again, Tries to Con 3 More Caregivers

A man released from jail is soon due back in court for three incidents nearly identical to the ones that got him arrested in the first place.

Just a few months after being released on a suspended jail sentence, Eric Carrier has been arrested again for pretending to have a brain injury in an attempt to trick three new caregivers into changing his soiled diaper, according to the Union Leader.

Eric Carrier, 25, of Hooksett, pleaded guilty in April to similar charges stemming from a September 2012 incident in Hampton in order to avoid trial and a possible punishment of 3 1/2 to seven years in state prison. Carrier was released on a suspended two-to-four-year sentence for the crime, which authorities have said stems from Carrier trying to fulfill a sexual fetish.  

Since Carrier's release, Carrier has been tied to a number of possible crimes.

The Union Leader has reported that Carrier pretended on Aug. 15 to have a mental impairment when he went to the home of a New Boston child provider, whom he found through an advertisement on Craigslist, which is similar to the Hampton incident and incidents in Hooksett. The Union Leader also reported that police believe Carrier had similar intentions on July 28 when he allegedly called Personal Touch Home Care in Auburn and placed three calls that day to Always There Senior Care in Manchester. 

Carrier could also face child pornography charges, as Hampton police have claimed they found "child erotica" on the man's laptop.
annon ymous December 30, 2013 at 02:27 PM
sick f*ck. kill him now.
Einstein January 01, 2014 at 02:18 PM
Sounds like he HAS a Brain Injury... It's Missing.

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