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Diaper man says he’s clean
HOOKSETT -- Eric Carrier, the 23-year-old who police said lured nurses into his home under false pretenses to change his dirty adult diaper, pleaded innocent to four additional charges of indecent exposure on Wednesday.
The Hooksett resident said nothing to the news media as he left Hooksett District Court late Wednesday morning. Carrier, free on personal recognizance bail, is not to go near the five alleged victims in the case.
Unsealed court documents provide new details of the strange case, including that Carrier, who faked a brain injury, had a 40-minute conversation with one of the nurses before she changed his diaper.
More details in Thursday’s New Hampshire Union Leader
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