Concord man accused of human trafficking in 2020 incident with Farmington girls

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Joshua Seth Pincoske (Police mugshot)

DOVER - A Concord man has been indicted on two counts of human trafficking in connection with his alleged soliciting of sexual images of a Farmington girl and paying her and a girlfriend to "fool around" sexually while in the back seat of his car in December 2020.

The disturbing accusations laid out in an 11-page Farmington Police indictment dated Feb. 14. allege that Joshua Seth Pincoske, 47. of 38 North Spring St., Concord, first became involved with one of the girls on her "Only Fans" page, where she would offer up digital images of herself on Snapchat so that "only certain people can see it and ask who wants to buy them," according to the affidavit. Those who were interested would pay on "Cash App" or "Venmo."
According to her friend, who came forward to report the allegations in December 2020, the girl with the "Only Fans" page asked her if she wanted to go and just meet with Pincoske and get paid $150.

But when they met up with him at a location in Farmington, the affidavit reports that he wanted to go to a more private place because he said it "looked bad for him to have two minors in the car."

After they parked the car he put $150 on the dashboard and climbed between the two girls in the back seat, the affidavit states. He then stated "the deal was for both (the girls) to fool around with him and they both get the money."

During the time in the car, Pincoske is alleged to have kissed the second girl's neck and briefly touched her knee.

She came forward to a Farmington Schools resource officer in December 2020 saying she wanted to speak about the incident.

A diary entry given the SRO notes in part, "I see you in my nightmares. I feel your hands caress my body still in a way no girl would enjoy."

The April indictments accuse Pincoske, a former assistant basketball coach at Colby Sawyer College, of two felony trafficking in persons charges in that he "did agree to pay or offer to pay to observe a sexually explicit performances involving (the victims) engaging in sexual contact, touching each other's breasts, and such performance had the purpose to arouse, satisfy the sexual desires of, or appeal to the prurient interests of Pincoske."

Both charges carry a three and a half to seven year prison term.

In a separate incident, Pincoske was arrested in Concord in February on charges of felony sexual assault charges and charges of manufacturing child sexual abuse images.

Most of those charges involved 14- and 15-year-old girls. At the time, a prosecutor called him a "serial predator," according to an earlier report in the Union Leader.

He has been jailed since his Feb. 8 arrest.

The April Strafford County indictments were released to the public on Friday.

An indictment is not an indication of guilt, rather than enough evidence has been gathered to warrant moving forward to trial.

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