Blog Report

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Tennessee Man Arrested for Huffing and Driving


A 35 year old man from Rockvale, Tennessee man was taken into custody on Tuesday night at approximately 6:40 PM after allegedly huffing and driving. While responding to a call regarding someone having a seizure behind the wheel, a local officer claims to have witnessed the man spraying canned duster into his nose while pulled over to the side of the road.

Upon confronting him, the officer claims that the man refused to cooperate. After gaining access to the car by breaking through a window, the Tennessee man reportedly put up a brief struggle against the arresting officer. From there he was taken first to a hospital and then to jail. Currently, he is being charged with resisting arrest and driving under the influence. The bond is set at $4,000.

Wisconsin Man Sentenced to One Year Probation for Huffing Spray Paint


On October 6, 2015 a 44 year old man in Sheboygan Wisconsin was sentenced to one year probation for two separate incidents. The first was when in mid-July when the man’s brother called the authorities after finding him impaired. Later that day the Sheboygan man admitted to police that he has huffed an entire can of gold spray paint.

The second incident occurred in early-August in which he was found passed out on a railway bridge with a can of spray paint next to him. According to the man’s own admission, he has been addicted to huffing paint since he was 17.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Former Model Attempts to Regain Contact with Child Despite Inhalant Abuse


In the New York metropolitan area, a former professional model is taking her billionaire ex-husband to court in order to regain visitation rights with their daughter. The woman has reportedly been cut off from her since their last court appearance in which the wealthy Long Island trader released a video of his ex-wife inhaling air-blast spray which is commonly used to clean computer keyboards.

In response to her ex-husband’s allegations that his actions have been simply been in the best interests of their daughter, the former model emphasizes that the girl need a mother in her life. Also she claims that her 2013 overdose was driven by stresses caused by her drawn out custody battle.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Michigan Man Crashes into Utility Pole after Huffing

On the night of Sunday October 4, 2015, a man crashed his truck into a utility pole near Coopersville, Michigan. However, the Ottawa County Police Department has stated that the man was not injured from the collision.

According the local reports, the damage was fairly extensive as several power lines were pulled down in the process. Additionally, the department reported that the man in question inhaled canned air duster while driving and subsequently blacked out. He was taken into custody shortly afterwards.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Georgia Man Arrested After Inhaling Carburetor Cleaner in Van

A man in Roswell, Georgia was arrested on Saturday October 3, 2015 after police found him unconscious in the back of a work van. According to local reports, he had huffed carburetor cleaner to the point that the responding officers were overwhelmed by the fumes when they opened the van doors.

Soon after finding the man, police took the man to the hospital. After he was given time to recover, they took the man to a local jail where he spent two days before being bonded out. Currently he is facing charges of huffing an illegal inhalant.

Woman Found Dead in Delaware Motel: Inhalant Abuse-related

A 27 year old woman was found dead on Saturday October 3rd 2015. The police were alerted of this occurrence by her 31 year old boyfriend who claimed to have found her in a motel in a Murfreesboro, Delaware motel room.

The boyfriend told the authorities that the woman had inhaled duster the night before. However, the exact cause and manner of death has yet to have been reported by the local medical examiner’s office. Currently the Murfreesboro police department is considering the incident to be part of an “unintended death investigation.”

Friday, October 2, 2015

Montana Mother who Provided Alcohol and Inhalants to her Children Sentenced

A woman from Hamilton, Montana was sentenced to ten years in Montana Department of Corrections with five years suspended. She was first arrested in May 2014 after she provided alcohol to a 13-year-old boy, who became extremely sick in the motel room where she was staying with her 14-year-old daughter. However, the mother did not seek medical treatment because she “was worried about getting into trouble.” The second incident occurred when she was released on bail in November. During this time, she abused inhalants with her children. After consuming these products, one of her children fell and hit its head and subsequently had two seizures.

These events were reportedly part of a larger parenting trend. Another allegation included regularly using drugs in front of her children. Additionally, is also accused of regularly bringing various men home for the purpose of having sexual intercourse in front of her children. Her defense attorney cited the physical and sexual abuse that she suffered as a child as reasons for her behavior. However, the judge rejected her please for clemency during sentencing.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Connecticut Man Bites State Trooper after Inhaling Dust Cleaner

A 25 year old man from Somers, Connecticut was arrested on the night of Thursday October 1st 2015 and was charged with assaulting a police, interfering with an officer and resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, interfering with an emergency call and third-degree assault. The police originally arrived after receiving two 911 calls from family members who reported that he had started throwing objects and smashed a phone when a relative tried to call 911. This allegedly began after he had inhaled the contents of a can of dust cleaner.

When the police attempted to put the young man, in handcuffs, he bit an officer and began spitting. Due to his violent actions, the police responded by using pepper spray. The man was arraigned in Rockville Superior Court on Friday October 2nd and was held on $50,000 bond. He is due back in court later in the month.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Blacksburg, Virginia Concert to Raise Money for Anti-Huffing Awareness

A concert was held on Sunday September 13th 2015 at Blacksburg Presbyterian Church in order to raise money for inhalant abuse awareness. This was triggered by the death of a 41-year-old husband and father of two young children from inhalant abuse. The man was found dead clutching a can of computer cleaner. According to the family, he was suffering from PTSD from his most recent combat tour and had a long history of risk taking.

The concert itself was set up in order to raise money. Admission was free, although attendees were highly encouraged to donate to a memorial fund. Even before the event, it had raised over $8,500. The funds are designated for educational programs related to the issue and will be concentrated in Montgomery County Public Schools.