Blog Report

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Man Arrested for Huffing Two Days Straight

via nrtoday.com

Oregon man was caught by police huffing duster for the second day straight. The 44-year-old was arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of inhalants. The day before, the man had been caught by police with duster cans surrounding him.

Unconscious Man Found in Possession of Aerosol Cans

via nrtoday.com

An Oregon man was found unconscious by police with several cans of duster surrounding him. The 44-year-old was awoken by police and released on suspension of unlawful possession of inhalants.

Woman Accused of Huffing While Driving with a Child

via www.gastongazette.com

In North Carolina a woman was arrested for driving and huffing duster with a child in the vehicle. Police were called by witnesses who said people appeared to be unconscious while a child was crying. The woman has been charged with possession of substances, inhaling fumes for purpose of causing intoxication and two counts of misdemeanor child abuse.

Man Crashes into a Garage after Huffing

via www.chroniclet.com

A man in Ohio faces charges of driving under the influence and operation without being in reasonable control of a vehicle after crashing into a garage. The 44-year-old was huffing while driving and caused a significant amount of damage. The man seemed out of it and didn't realize what he had done. It's unclear what substance he was huffing.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Man Huffing Found Passed Out Behind the Wheel

via www.nbc-2.com

A Florida man was found passed out in his car with smoke pouring out of the hood. The man was huffing keyboard cleaner while driving and caused a scene. The car was in neutral, causing the engine to burn out. The man was taken to the hospital. No charges have been made as of yet.

Man Huffs Gas in Family's Basement

via thestarpress.com

Indiana police responded to a call at a family home where witnesses said they smelled gasoline coming from their basement. The family had to briefly evacuate the home while police located the man in a cubby hole behind shelves with three containers of gasoline, two of them were empty. The homeowner had a protective order against the 44-year-old intruder. Firefighters came to the scene to ventilate the house. The man has been charged with disorderly conduct, driving while intoxicated, trespassing and receiving stolen property.

Woman Arrested for Causing an Accident While Using Inhalants

via sheboyganpress.com

A Wisconsin woman was arrested after causing an accident, using inhalants, and resisting officers. The woman crashed the vehicle with a 2-year-old in the vehicle in a parking lot, driving it to the edge into a construction zone. The 38-year-old is being held on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, abusing a hazardous substance and second-degree recklessly endearing safety. The child was not injured in the accident

Monday, November 14, 2016

Woman Faces Multiple Charges After Huffing and Driving

via www.thenewsstar.com

In Louisiana, deputes found a woman unconscious behind the wheel of her car. Witnesses say the vehicle was swerving and crossing lanes. When police approached the vehicle on the highway, the driver was inhaling from a can of duster and proceeded to lose consciousness. The 36-year-old faces multiple charges including operating a vehicle while intoxicated and obstruction of highway commerce.

Man Arrested for Stealing and Huffing an Inhalant

via patch.com

Police in Lacey, New Jersey arrested a man for stealing two cans of duster and huffing one of them in a store bathroom. They found the 31-year-old on the floor, conscious with minor injuries. He has been charged with shoplifting and using an inhalant.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Screaming Woman Caught Huffing

via www.lebanondailyrecord.com

Police in Lebanon, Missouri were called when neighbors heard a woman screaming in her house. When police got there the woman was still screaming and had a can of air duster in her hand. Police called for medical assistance for the 33-year-old but after a few minutes when the effects of the inhalant wore off, the woman refused medical attention. No charges have been made as of yet.

Man Charged for Huffing and Passing Out While With a Child

via lancasteronline.com

In Ephrata, Pennsylvania, a man has been arrested after police found him passed out in the lobby of a district office while in the company of his 4-year-old son. The 23-year-old man overdosed on an aerosol can and has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unspecified charges of abuse of noxious gas.

Oregon Man After Stealing and Huffing

via www.nrtoday.com

In Roseburg, Oregon, a man was arrested for stealing a can of duster from a store. The 44-year-old man was later caught huffing from the aerosol can in his vehicle. He was arrested on charges of third-degree theft and unlawful possession of an inhalant.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Oregon Man Arrested for Stealing Duster and Huffing

via www.nrtoday.com

A man in Oregon was arrested after he stole duster from a store and was later seen huffing from the can inside his vehicle. Police arrested the 44-year-old and charged him with unlawful possession of an inhalant and third-degree theft.

Man Faces Trial for Huffing and Driving

via www.macombdaily.com

In Michigan a man faces trial for huffing and causing a fatal car accident. Police found the man with the inhalant, diflouroethane present in his system. The accident happened when the suspect's vehicle crossed over multiple lanes, crashing into a truck occupied by a man and his wife. The man passed away 3 days later. The 37-year-old has been charged with driving under the influence causing a death, a charge punishable with up to 15 years in prison.

Missouri Man Arrested After Huffing and Driving his Car off the Road

via www.lebanondailyrecord.com

In Lebanon Missouri, a man drove his vehicle off the road after inhaling from a can of compressed air. A concerned citizen called the police and they found the 45-year-old unresponsive with his head slumped down. No charges have been made yet.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Arkansas is Arrested after Huffing and Head Butting an Officer

via www.arkansasonline.com

In Little Rock, AR a man was reportedly inhaling compressed air and scaring people. An off-duty deputy saw the 30-year-old man huffing from a rag over his face. The man was arrested and later, while the deputy was trying to get him out of the car, the man reportedly headbutted the officer. The 30-year-old faces misdemeanor charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct, making terrorist-like threats, criminal mischief and third-degree domestic battery.

Assistant District Attorney Resigns after being Arrested for Inhaling

via www.kurv.com

In Texas a Hidalgo County assistant district attorney resigned after he was arrested twice in a two week period for huffing. Police found the 32-year-old slumped over in his car with cans of inhalant around him. The man is facing charges of DWI, inhalant abuse, and possessing drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

A Teen Boy Who Was Huffing Dies After Fall from a Building

via straitstimes.com

A 13-year-old boy in Singapore fell from the 10th floor of a building after inhaling butane, found in gas canisters and lighters. They boy was pronounced dead after he was found on the second floor ledge. The teen had been sitting on the 10th floor ledge dangling his feet over when his hand slipped and he fell from his perch. The court ruled the case as a tragic misadventure.