Commit one crime and you will most likely be involved in another. That is what New Hampshire Police found recently when they arrested two individuals allegedly involved in prostitution activity at a Doubletree Hotel on Beaver St. in Milford.
According to one detective, one issue often links with other issues leading to arrests.
In addition to charges of alleged prostitution, in this case, police suspected property crimes, drugs and breaking and entering. Police officials linked the hotel arrest with at least two other arrests of alleged prostitution in previous weeks.
A 30-year-old Tyngsborough female at the motel was charged with disorderly conduct, possession of illegal substances with intent to distribute, and sexual conduct involving exchange of money.
Following that arrest, police went outside and discovered a vehicle. A 37-year-old man from Concord, New Hampshire, was in the vehicle. Detectives recognized him from camera surveillance evidence on a previous breaking and entering incident. Upon searching the vehicle, they discovered firearms and other items that were consistent with a breaking and entering suspect.
Both individuals were charged of possession of a Class B substance and possession of a Class B substance with intent to distribute.
The man was arrested and he confessed to going through a window of a Milford bakery and confronting the establishment's owner. He was charged with breaking and entering nighttime to commit a felony.
Police in New Hampshire often claim one crime may be frequently linked to another. In this state, drug offenses are the most common. There are many levels of drug crimes, including possession and distributing. If you have been charged with a drug felony, you deserve to be protected from being linked to another crime that you may not have committed.
You deserve the right to have someone on your side who investigates all charges and helps to diminish the pain and suffering involved in convictions that will impact the rest of your life. It is in your best interest to seek help from a person or team who can work to dismiss or reduce charges and minimize effects on your record.
Source: Milford Patch, "Prostitution Investigation Leads to Arrest of Tyngsborough Woman, NH Man" Matt Perkins, May. 02, 2014