Woman Admits to Kidnapping Hoax, Police Say

A Massachusetts 24-year-old who said she was locked in her car is accused of making up the story.
1:08 | 06/18/13

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I can't say -- but as a public safety. Agency we have to -- -- we have to fall from such -- as a early this morning. Two men stopped to check on that great car on the side of. Route one to 48 they found the owner 24 year old Maria brave field in the back hatch area she was -- she can. She was crying -- an -- she told police she'd been kidnapped from her apartment by. Two men ordered to drive -- the -- -- -- Among the many questions police. We're the guys. I heard banging and fled the stress of I was somebody locked out of their house -- as one of my roommates then -- home. And then after -- -- -- that cops -- they were like staying with authority. But that was the police freaking -- None of the neighbors heard anything out of the ordinary earlier when the alleged kidnapping was supposedly going on. After hours of questions about a story that just didn't add up. -- brave field changed it. It was a hoax that have been made up by Maria -- field. Shall be charged -- filing a false police report.

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