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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

New Jersey Man Arrested on Huffing Charges --Three Times in One Week

Via the Daily Record in New Jersey:

A 30 year old man was arrested three times last week on inhalant abuse related charges.  

First, on Thursday afternoon he was arrested after a car accident. 24 aerosol cans were found in his car and he wasn’t even aware he had crashed his car.  He was charged with: possession of a toxic chemical for the purpose of causing intoxication, being under the influence of a toxic chemical, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, failure to maintain a lane of traffic, failure to exhibit registration and failure to exhibit an insurance card. He was released.

Then on Friday afternoon police found him slumped over the steering wheel of his car in a Walmart parking lot. He admitted he had been huffing in his car and was charged with: DWI, possessing a toxic chemical to cause intoxication, and being under the influence of a toxic chemical. He was again released after being charged.

Third, on Saturday afternoon police responded to a report of someone inhaling something in a Walmart bathroom. They found the man nearby and charged him with possession of toxic chemicals and being under the influence of a toxic chemical. He was processed and released.

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