Ex-top aid to Ayotte pleads guilty to attempted lewdness


 NASHUA - David Wihby, a former top aid to Sen. Kelly Ayotte who resigned from that post and his seat on the Manchester School Board following his prostitution arrest, has reached a plea deal that will allow him to avoid jail.

 Wihby, 62, of 540 Kerney Circle, was originally charged with one misdemeanor count of prostitution and related offenses. However, according to court documents, Wihby reached a plea deal that enabled him to plead guilty to a lesser violation of attempted lewdness for the April 3 incident in Nashua. The deal, accepted recently by Judge Michael Ryan of the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division, orders Wihby to pay a $1,000 fine.

This past spring, Wihby was accused of "knowingly soliciting sexual acts with an agent of the Nashua, NH Police Department in exchange for $120," states court documents. The alleged offense took place about 3 p.m. on April 3 at the Hampton Inn, 407 Amherst St., according to the complaint. A police affidavit detailing the crime was not included in the court file.Attorney Charles Keefe of Wilson, Bush, Durkin and Keefe law firm in Nashua was hired to represent Wihby, who also resigned as state director for Sen. Kelly Ayotte in the wake of his arrest. Using a confidential informant to pose online as a prostitute, city police arrested 10 men at two Nashua hotels earlier this year, according to authorities. Wihby was one of the 10 individuals arrested in the prostitution sting handled by the department's Problem Oriented Policing Unit after concerns from local hotels were raised about possible prostitution activity at the facilities, police said earlier. "The arrests took place at two city hotels and were the result of men responding to advertisements from women placed online," police said in an earlier statement. In addition to Wihby, the other men arrested include: John Ashford, 36, of Westford, Mass.; Eric Suliveras, 48, of Kingston; Craig Mitchell, 24, of Dracut, Mass.; Robert Seely, 64, of North Andover, Mass.; Milas Thompson, 28, of Raymond; Kevin Clark, 54, of Manchester; John McCormack, 51, of Amherst; Sean Cullinane, 38, of Hudson; and Beau Burgess, 31, of Merrimack.

According to a police report obtained by the New Hampshire Union Leader, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas performed CPR on Wihby the same day he was arrested. Gatsas told police he suspected that Wihby, who was later transported to Catholic Medical Center, overdosed because of the arrest.  Police found prescription medicine in Wihby's bathroom, according to the report.

Court records indicate that the legal bureau of the Nashua Police Department agreed with Wihby's request for a plea deal.


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