NH man indicted on kidnapping, sex assault, robbery during alleged weeklong crime spree
DOVER — A Bristol man has been indicted on 10 counts of robbery, three counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault, three counts of kidnapping, and one count of theft by extortion, all of which took place over the course of six days.
From March 4-10, Joshua Flynn (aka Anderson) robbed several gas station/convenience stores, tied three people up at Emery Farm Stand, robbed them at knife point, committed sexual assault towards one of the victims, and proceeded to steal one of the other victims cars, police said.
According to the indictments Flynn, 47, engaged in sexual penetration and other aggravated sexual assault with a 23-year-old woman after forcing her to submit by way of threats of physical violence. The indictments say the woman was also victim to kidnapping by having her hands and legs tied.
Flynn is also accused of kidnapping two more women, ages 35 and 46, that same day. According to court documents he proceeded to commit the crime of "theft by extortion," in that he exercised control of a Nissan Frontier and the property inside belonging to one of the three women. The value of the property exceeded $1,500.
Among the 10 counts of robbery, the indictments say Flynn robbed the Longhill Road Shell Station in Dover, the Gulf Gas Station on Route 108 in Somersworth, two Shell Convenience Store's in Rochester, a Family Dollar on Milton Road in East Rochester, and the New Hampshire State Liquor Store on Route 11 in Farmington.
Flynn's arraignment is scheduled for June 19 at 10 a.m.