Carjacking suspect: They’re after me, they’re going to kill me

Man accused of hit and runs in stolen cars is arraigned

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Anthony Plourde, the Manchester man accused of car-jacking two vehicles and causing several crashes Tuesday afternoon before being arrested in Hudson, sits with Attorney Amanda Steenhuis, his public defender, at his Wednesday arraignment in Hillsborough County Superior Court South.

NASHUA – Carjacking suspect Anthony Plourde told police he embarked on the frenzied, three-hour spree of alleged carjackings and hit-and-run crashes Tuesday morning because he needed “to cause a scene” in order to stop the people who were trying to kill him and his family, according to police reports.

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