Mugshots of those arrested June 30 in MPD prostitution sting.
MANCHESTER, NH – Five people were arrested June 30 by Manchester Police as the result of a prostitution sting conducted in the area of Enright Park, Manchester and Lincoln streets, including the owner of a longtime downtown jewelry store.
Police say the operation was due to numerous complaints about prostitution in the area. Charges included solicitation and indecent exposure.
During the operation a female police officer in plain clothes posed as a prostitute. On three separate occasions, three males approached the undercover officer and offered money in exchange for a sexual act. These three men were arrested and charged with solicitation. They were identified by police as:
Semir Muslimovic, 50, of Manchester; Miguel Sanchez Caraballo, 53, of Manchester; and David Fineblit, 64, of Bedford, who is owner of Pearson’s Jewelry on Elm Street.
Also while conducting the operation, officers noticed a woman who had been arrested for prostitution in the past walking in the area of Lincoln Street, identified as Kianna-Leigh Harrison, 19, homeless. The officers then noticed a vehicle traveling on Lincoln Street slow down and come to a stop near Harrison, who got into the passenger side of the vehicle. Officers followed the vehicle to a parking lot on Hanover Street where the officers observed Harrison and the male driver engage in a sexual act next to a senior housing building. Harrison and the driver, identified as Charles McMillan, 36, of Manchester, were both charged with indecent exposure.