Published Date Written by Gail OberASHLAND — A few more details about the former Holderness man who allegedly raped two different teenage girls has become available since a Grafton County grand jury issued 21 separate and secret indictments last week.
Gregory Maggi, 32, formerly of 12 Avery Road in Holderness is accused of two counts of counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault for repeatedly engaging in sexual acts with two girls who were older than 13 but younger than 16. He is also accused of having sex with one of the girl without her consent.
In addition, Maggi is charged with various sex acts with the nine counts of felonious sexual assault for allegedly committing various sex acts with the girls and two counts of endangering the welfare of minors for soliciting the two girls to have sex with each other.
Maggi is also charged with two counts of providing cocaine, crack, marijuana and or salvia (sage) to each of the girls. A third count involves him allegedly selling cocaine to a third person.
The grand jury also indicted Maggi for one count of exposing a minor to harmful material for allegedly giving one of the girls pictures of himself having sex with an adult female.
He was indicted for three counts of simple assault — two for putting two girls who were under 13 on his lap and one for touching one the the other girls while telling her he was looking for "wires." A fourth assault charge was brought forth for kissing one of the girls.
Ashland Police Chief Tony Randall declined to comment on any of the specifics of the case and the investigation except to say that he is grateful to the N.H. State Police for taking over the investigation after his officers learned there may be minors involved.
"We're all in law enforcement and I don't care who gets the credit as long as the bad guy gets put away," said Randall.
Indictment paperwork indicates the assaults on the girls occurred from October 2011 through September of 2012. State Police said their investigation lasted about five months.
Maggi is being held on $100,000 cash or corporate surety in the Grafton County House of Corrections. As of 2:30 p.m. Friday, he was still incarcerated.