Blog Report

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Via: The Chronicle

St. Helens, OR: An 18-year-old St. Helens man, accused of first-degree manslaughter, faces five new charges after his vehicle crash on September 5th. Kody Allen is accused of abusing inhalants and attempting to conceal the canisters when approached by police. After drifting onto the shoulder of the road, Allen struck pedestrian Arther R. Studer, killing him instantly. Additionally, Allen faces charges for damage to a utility pole and a replica car.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Two men arrested after huffing and possession of ammunition

Via: North Escambia

Walnut Hill, FL: Two men were arrested after they were found in possession of 1,500 rounds of ammunition, and one man high from huffing canisters of compressed air. They were held in the Escambia County Jail with bails set at $15,000 and $16,000.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Man faces felony charge for inhalant abuse

Via: The Vindicator

Youngstown, OH: A man was charged with a felony of abusing harmful intoxicants after police found him behind Target surrounded by nine compressed air cans. He was taken to the hospital for medical treatment and then transferred to the Mahoning County jail.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Teenager's death attributed to huffing gasoline

Via: KDLG Radio

Aleknagik, AK: A 14-year-old teen was reported missing and later found dead this past Friday. Police located him on the city dock next to an open can of gasoline. An autopsy request has been submitted, but officials believe that huffing contributed to his death.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Mother admits to huffing before her son's death

Via: WTMJ-TV Milwaukee

Racine County, WI: The mother of a 15-year-old Racine County teen admitted to huffing before her son drowned in the pond behind their Wisconsin home. Pauline Sanders has a history of drug abuse as well as child abuse. Empty canisters of compressed air were found near the pond, but it is unclear if they contributed to his death. Investigations are ongoing.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Car fire caused by compressed air leaves one injured and one dead

Via: The Tribune

Greeley, CO: A woman was pronounced dead and a man was hospitalized after being rescued from a car fire. After huffing canisters of compressed air, the two tried to light a cigarette and the car set on fire.The incident remains under investigation, however the fire is believed to have been caused by the compressed air in the dusters found on the car floorboards.