Thursday, February 17, 2011

Man Banned from Pennsylvania Parks After Huffing

Via PennLive.com in Pennsylvania:

A 44 year old man has been banned from local parks in Carlisle after an inhalant related incident last November. Police found him “unconscious and clutching a can of carburetor cleaner” which they believed he had huffed before passing out.

Police woke him up but then had to use a stun gun on him because he was still high and wouldn’t cooperate. He was released into the care of EMS workers and charged with “defiant trespass, public drunkenness and other charges related to huffing.”

However, the man never responded to the charges so last Thursday police picked him up on the outstanding warrant and took him to jail.

Since it wasn’t his first time he had been found in this condition, police warned him both verbally and with a letter in the mail that he was banned from the parks.

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