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NH man convicted in diaper scam violates parole

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HOOKSETT, N.H. (AP) - A 25-year-old New Hampshire man convicted of faking a brain injury to get a nurse to change his adult diaper has been sent to prison for violating conditions of parole.

In a plea agreement, Eric Carrier of Hooksett pleaded guilty in May to attempted indecent exposure and lewdness for attempting to get an in-home caregiver to change his dirty diaper while pretending to have a mental disability. He was given a deferred 2- to 4-year sentence.

As part of the agreement, Carrier was ordered to stop contacting nurses.

The Portsmouth Herald reported that a judge this month ordered Carrier to serve his sentence after Carrier's parole officer reported that Carrier contacted caregiver agencies over the summer and drove to one in an attempt to get his diaper changed.

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