Blog Report

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Wisconsin Driver Huffs Aerosol, Crashes Into Car


Prosecutors filed charges Monday against a North Side woman who crashed into a parked car after allegedly huffing an aerosol product.

Man from Louisville, Kentucky Caught Huffing


The discovery of a vehicle on the side of the road led to a felony arrest early Sunday morning. As a result, a man was caught under the influence of an aerosol duster.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Judge’s Ruling Allows Lodi Doctor Who Used Inhalants To Practice in California


The California Medical Board says a Lodi doctor admitted to using mood-altering inhalants in his office, but an administrative law judge has reinstated his license to practice.

New Zealand Teen Pronounced Dead after Huffing Butane


A 17-year-old Christchurch girl died shortly after she was seen "huffing" what is thought to be butane, police say. Inquiries will soon be handled regarding the sale of butane to youth in the area.

Huffing Mom in Pennsylvania Sentenced: Guilty


A women has been found guilty after huffing an aerosol can, resulting in her infant's brain and spine injuries.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Man in Florida Passes Out From Huffing, $13,813 Found in His Pocket


Charlotte County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 52 year-old man for huffing from a spray can after deputies found him passed out in his car in the Port Charlotte Walmart parking lot Friday night. He was charged with "Inhaling Harmful Chemicals and Resisting a Law Enforcement Officer" 

Friday, August 17, 2012

'Huffing' Does Not Constitute DUI in Some States


An out-of-state 40-year-old habitual aerosol huffer recently crashed her vehicle, injuring herself. According to the emergency room physician and two of her friends, she had been huffing, or inhaling the contents of an aerosol can in order to get high, just before the accident. Despite the prosecution's best efforts, she was not convicted of DUI in her state.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

North Dakota Police Find 2 Passed Out From Sniffing Glue


Police say they found two “unresponsive” men sitting in a car early Wednesday morning in Grand Forks, apparently passed out from “huffing” glue. In court, the judge lectured the two, telling them “you should be charged with stupidity as well. That’s a very dangerous activity and you are lucky you were observed by a police officer.”

Judge in Pennsylvania Denies New Trial in Huntingdon County Woman's Huffing Conviction


A judge has denied the request for a new trial for a Huntingdon County woman convicted of hurting her son in a crash caused by her huffing while driving.

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Man in Indiana Burned After Huffing


A Madison County man hospitalized back in July for third-degree burns after a huffing-related flash fire in his car is being investigated for a similar huffing incident this week, according to court records.

Man in Kentucky who huffs 10 cans of Whipped Cream sets toilet on fire for religious reasons


A 36-year-old man who huffed 10 cans of Reddi Wip is claiming he set a toilet on fire for alleged religious reasons.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Inhalant Issue in Appeals Court in Wisconsin: So you can huff and drive?


An appeals court last week in Wisconsin ruled that you can’t be convicted of driving while intoxicated for “huffing” aerosol fumes. This leaves many wondering just how big a problem huffing while driving is.

'Bachelorette' Star Kasey Kahl Arrested in California for Assault, Huffing Paint Thinner


The reality star, Kasey Kahl, who also appeared on Bachelor Pad, has been charged with two counts of felony assault, one for felony battery, and one for public intoxication. At the time of the arrest Kahl was said to have been under the influence of liquor, drugs, and a chemical used in paint thinners.

Possession of Inhalant Resulting in an Arrest in Texas


Recent arrest recorded regarding a 35-year-old male from Houston, Texas.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Man from Texas Commits Arson While Huffing Paint


Man from Midland, Texas is being held on $10,500 bond for a second-degree felony charge of arson and a Class B misdemeanor charge of possession and use of an inhalant.