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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Psychologist pimped hookers, police allege

By Elizabeth Dinan
Originally posted August 5, 2012

A clinical psychologist, with a private practice in Exeter, is wanted by police on a warrant alleging he operated a prostitution business out of a Portsmouth apartment.

Police announced Saturday that Alexander Marino, 38, of 565 #4 Sagamore Ave., Portsmouth, is wanted for a misdemeanor count of prostitution that alleges he knowingly allowed his apartment to be used for prostitution, and that he benefited financially from the sale of sex.

Thanks to Ken Pope for this story.