'Carjacking victim' files false police report
Woman blames her bipolar disorder for her detailed false carjacking story
The Union Leader
MILFORD, N.H. — Police say she cried wolf, but Mari Chapman said it was a cry for help when she claimed she had been a victim of a brutal assault and attempted carjacking last week.
On Thursday morning, Chapman, 33, called police and said that as she was driving on Federal Hill Road near Foster Road, she pulled over to help two people in a black Honda Civic. Chapman alleged that while she was helping the couple, she reached into her Jeep to get the jack and the man attacked her from behind, throwing her to the ground and threatening to steal her car.
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