Jul 1, 2016 9:30 AM

Nashua tow truck driver accused of soliciting sex from customers


NASHUA - Massachusetts State Police have arrested a tow truck driver who they say solicited sex from two female customers. The first victim came forward on June 20, according to State Police. Investigators said the second victim had an accident on the Massachusetts Turnpike before she received a tow from the company.

Mathew Walsh, 37, of Nashua, has been charged with two counts of accosting or annoying a person of the opposite sex. The arrest comes after FOX25 Investigates uncovered an investigation by the State Police into Perfection Towing after a woman said a driver had asked her for sex while taking her home. State Police said they examined the driver's tow history during the last three months and found a second victim.

State Police said they have removed Perfection Towing from its list of contractors.

Massachusetts State Police are concerned their may be other victims and are asking anyone with concerns to contact them. Walsh is expected to be arraigned Friday in Framingham, Mass.

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