Sep 9, 2016 11:00 AM

Concord man expected to plead guilty for role in NH prostitution ring

HAMPTON — A Concord man has agreed to plead guilty after an investigation revealed that he was engaged in a prostitution business operated in Hampton.

Edmond Mitchell, 36 of Concord, is expected to plead guilty next Thursday to a charge of aiding and abetting transportation for prostitution, according to the Union Leader.

Hampton police arrested Mitchell and his alleged partner, Reno Demesmin, on Oct. 24, 2014 following tips that two prostitutes were working in the Hampton Beach area. Through an investigation, police discovered that the men had expanded their business into Hooksett and Manchester.

Both men lost arguments to be freed on lower bail and were held pending trial.

Demesmin died in March while being held at the Stafford County jail.

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