Monday, January 29, 2018 5:27PM
JaffreyArrest made in solicitation case

A Hillsborough man turned himself into the Jaffrey Police Department last week after he allegedly “communicated online with who he believed was an underage female and solicited sexual acts,” according to police. 

Peter Vaillancourt, 47, turned himself in on a warrant charging him with certain use of computer services prohibited and indecent exposure and lewdness on Jan. 24, according to a Jaffrey Police Department press release. 

Jaffrey Detective Chris Anderson said Monday afternoon that the investigation began in August and that there was a Jaffrey connection in the case, although he would not comment further. Anderson said he could not speak in much detail as the affidavit for the case had been sealed. 

Anderson said the warrant was issued a couple days before Vaillancourt turned himself in.

The investigation was conducted by the Jaffrey Police Department and the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The Department of Homeland Security. 

Valliancourt was released on $25,000 personal recognizance and was given a Feb. 8 court date at the Cheshire Superior Court.