Courtesy of The Sun
When Officer Brayshaw approached the accident, he observed a woman who was drooling, nearly incoherent, and smelled of chemicals.
To inexperienced officers, she may have had a seizure, but the two cans of dust remover confirmed Brayshaw's suspicions, she had been huffing.
Brayshaw's seasoned ability has earned him recognition from the state, which is why he will be awarded the California Mothers Against Drunk Driving Award later this month.
The Rialto Police Chief Mark Kling applauded Brayshaw for his work, "It shows the dedication and impact that one can make on our community."
The awards ceremony will take place in Sacramento on March 26.