Police said Hunter met the victim at work last year and in December started harassing her via Facebook, texting, and e-mail. Hunter hid his identity while creepily offering details of her personal life to include her home address, place of work, friends, and more, police said.
Things escalated on Feb. Two men actually showed up to the victim's residence, thinking they were going to have sex with her, police said. She then went to police.
This is the second time this week a Nashua man was arrested for trying to set up a sex encounter with a young girl. To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items to arrestreports patch.
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