WINDHAM — Police charged a Massachusetts woman in connection with an incident that left a New Hampshire man with a knife wound.
Capt. Mike Caron said the man suffered a cut to his hand, but neither the man nor the woman are cooperating with police in their investigation.
Marissa Scola, 27, of Plymouth, Mass., was charged with making a false report after giving police an incorrect name, Caron said.
She was scheduled to appear in the 10th Circuit Court in Salem on Dec. 16 and released on personal recognizance bail, he said.
Police responded about 1:30 p.m. Thursday to the area of Routes 111 and 28, after Pizzaro Gonzalez, 36, of Raymond came out of the woods and flagged down a motorist, asking for help, Caron said.
Gonzalez was treated for a knife wound. Caron said it required at least one stitch to close.
“We believe he picked up Scola in the Lawrence area,” Caron said.
Due to the lack of cooperation from the two, police have not been able to ascertain the details of their dispute, he said.