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The "tied up with napkins" seems both too odd to be true and too odd for someone to stage.
Cloth napkins are pretty easy to tie someone up with and relatively convenient in a hotel room.
Manrique told police that her attacker knocked on the door and said he was there to fix the toilet. She let him in, and he demanded items in the room. When she refused, he tied her up and stole jewelry, clothing, a notebook computer, credit cards, identification and other items, including dress shoes and a Gucci belt, police said.
Chapman and Manrique met two months ago in Washington, police said. He asked her to meet him in Pittsburgh, and she flew in on Tuesday.
Because it is incredibly hard and virtually impossible to tie someone up with cloth napkins if they are unwilling. Cloth napkins do the trick if the person wants to be tied up but as far as a real restraint goes it fails miserably.
Someone knows WAY too much about tying people up with cloth napkins.
I'm sure it's the woman's brother.
anyone got a second guess?
Detectives interviewed Claudia Manrique, 26, of Silver Spring, Md., until about 8:30 p.m. before releasing her to a man whom they identified as her husband.
She kidnapped herself, man!
A Maryland woman who claimed she was robbed in the Downtown hotel room of a Cincinnati Reds pitcher last month has been charged with filing a false police report...
Mr. Chapman told detectives he met the woman in April in the Washington, D.C. area, and she traveled to meet him in different cities.
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