A 29-year-old New Jersey was arrested for disorderly conduct, shoplifting, inhaling toxic chemicals, and being under the influence. The woman repeatedly inhaled computer duster spray. Police responded to a local Walmart for a report that a woman was lying on the ground. Police found the woman in the parking lot. Witnesses said they saw the woman huffing from the duster before falling to the ground. The woman tried to huff from the duster again but someone pulled the can from her hands. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
Later that evening officers were called back to Walmart on a call of a woman stumbling around and lying in the grass. Officers found the same woman and determined that she was under the influence of dusters again. She was taken to the hospital for treatment and officers notified crisis intervention in an attempt to protect her from harming herself. The woman is facing two counts of disorderly conduct, shoplifting, inhaling toxic chemicals, and being under the influence.
The woman had a similar arrest in June 2014 after a day of huffing related incidents. View the June 2014 post here.