Change my soiled underwear: Eric Carrier’s only request of his female caretaker on her first day on the job on September 12, 2012 in Hooksett, NH. Just an hour before the female caretaker confidently entered Carrier’s house expecting to care for a 22 year-old man who suffers from a brain injury.
Creepers, molesters and the deranged flood the Internet, seeking ways to target their next victim. Carrier is not the first (remember the Craigslist killer in Ohio?), but he’s certainly the most persistent.
Last year, Carrier placed an ad on Craigslist in quest of a female caregiver. According to Union Leader, Carrier allegedly posed as his father requesting a caregiver for his 23 year-old son, who has brain damage after surviving a severe car accident. A nurse responded to the ad. When she arrived, the “father” was not at the house and Carrier was alone wearing a diaper. He asked the nurse to change his diaper and alarmed her through exposing himself prematurely. She called the police shortly after and Carrier was arrested.
A month later, another article from Union Leader reported that Carrier stated he has a sexual fetish involving getting his diaper changed. Carrier was released on personal recognizance. Maybe the brain injury isn’t fake after all. Who in their right mind has a diaper fetish, anyway?
Last month, Carrier found a loophole: reply to a Craigslist ad. He was revoked his privileges to post any future ads on the website, but no one mentioned he couldn’t reply to an ad. Now 24, Carrier replied to a female caretaker’s ad. He stuck with the brain injury tale and dropped two years off his age. She agreed to care for him and his scheme again prevailed.
Shortly after he requested a dirty underwear change, the caretaker called the police, who arrested him Thursday and charged him with one count of attempting to commit a felony: indecent exposure. What would you do if this guy was your next client/patient?