Sherrifs of Clay County in Iowa are coming together to develop an ordinance against inhalant abuse.
According to one of the sherrif's, at least a dozen incidents have occured in the past month.
They hope to have a concrete ordinance by the fall.
One official said, "Unless we can take them for intoxication, we don't have anything to file against them. They've had several incidents across the state."
The ordinance is in part of an effort for the county and neighboring cities to recognize the abuse with a more serious attitude than what is in place now.
Via spencerdailyreporter.com in Spencer, IA