Three days after the New York Times ran a story on the nshuva telegraph (nashūta telegraph) about a woman who had been abducted from her home by a man, the company had its own version of the story.
The company’s story, which was shared by the Associated Press and ABC News, is a version of events from the New Hampshire police report and was told by a police officer who was in the vicinity at the time.
The nshuvattelegraph account says that the woman, who has not been identified, was with her boyfriend at their home in the town of Poughkeepsie when the man entered the home through a window and grabbed her.
He fled after they fled the home, the report said.
The story says that she was able to get to a neighbor’s house and was able make contact with police.
The New Hampshire state police report says that they were able to locate a suspect and arrested him on a warrant for attempted kidnapping, possession of stolen property, and unlawful possession of a weapon.
Police also said that they recovered a shotgun and ammunition, and the woman was charged with assault with intent to murder.
She was released on a $1,000 bond.
The AP story says the New Haven Register newspaper reported that the neshuvat telegraph had reported the woman’s kidnapping and that the man had taken her home after she told police she had been sexually assaulted.
The report says the woman reported the assault to a local police department.
A spokeswoman for the New Hampshires state police department told ABC News that it was unable to confirm that a woman had been kidnapped.