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Police: Manchester photographer trespassed in Hollis home for photo shoots

HOLLIS – A Manchester-based photographer who allegedly used a Hollis home for photo shoots without the owner’s permission was arrested Tuesday and charged with three counts of criminal trespass, police said.

Karen H. Jerzyk, 33, of Mast Road in Manchester, turned herself in to police around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday after a warrant had been issued for her arrest, according to police.
Two of the counts are Class A misdemeanors and one is a violation, police said. ...

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HOLLIS – A Manchester-based photographer who allegedly used a Hollis home for photo shoots without the owner’s permission was arrested Tuesday and charged with three counts of criminal trespass, police said.

Karen H. Jerzyk, 33, of Mast Road in Manchester, turned herself in to police around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday after a warrant had been issued for her arrest, according to police.
Two of the counts are Class A misdemeanors and one is a violation, police said.

An investigation was launched on Sunday, police said, when the owner of the Main Street home called police arouind 9 a.m., reporting he saw three women leaving his property in a car. Police were able to track down the car, police said, and identify the three women inside.

One of the women was later identified as Jerzyk, a professional photographer who entered the home unlawfully “for the purposes of taking photographs within the home,” police said.

Police also learned that Sunday was the third time Jerzyk had entered the home for photo shoots; they said she believed the home was unoccupied.

Police said additional arrests are likely.

Jerzyk was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail after her arrest.

--DEAN SHALHOUP