Blog Report

Friday, February 13, 2015

Missouri Teenager Dies Due to Huffing


A Missouri mother is speaking out against inhalant abuse after losing her 17-year-old daughter to huffing.  The young girl's mother found her dead in her bedroom.  The girl had been huffing from a can of computer duster.  The girl's mother and sister want to spread awareness and education on the dangers of inhalant abuse in order to save another family from experiencing this same loss.

Visit ACE's People Against Inhalants Network (PAIN) at if you or a loved one has lost someone to inhalant abuse.  This is a community of support of that allows you to honor your loved one lost while also connecting with those experiencing the same loss.

Missouri Man Wrecks After Huffing


A 25-year-old Missouri man was charged after wrecking his car trying to leave a home improvement store parking lot.  The man admitted to huffing duster just minutes before getting into his car.  He is charged with Careless and Imprudent Driving, Inhalation of Solvent Fumes, and Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility.

Arizona Man Passes Out and Crashes While Driving and Huffing


A 25-year-old Arizona man was charged with DUI- drugs and speed greater than reasonable and prudent.  He also received a citation for failure to control his vehicle.   The man was huffing from a computer duster spray while driving, when he passed out.  The car then crossed three lanes of traffic before hitting a water line at a local store and car-wash.  The car then hit a computer terminal at the car-wash where it spun to hit a second terminal.   The man admitted to huffing from the duster can that was found in his car.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Michigan Man in Hospital After Huffing; Frostbite and Breathing Issues

Via Yahoo News: UK and Ireland 

A 40-year-old Michigan man was rushed to the hospital with frostbite and breathing issues after he inhaled computer duster to get high.  According to his case report, the man had huffed three cans of duster over four hours, and was in a public restroom in a grocery store when he collapsed.  He was rushed to the hospital where he was treated for breathing issues and frostbite.

Ohio Man Burned After Huffing Related Fire


A 20-year-old Ohio man has burns over 65% of his body after huffing gasoline.  When fire fighters arrived to the home they found the man naked in the living room.  The man appeared disoriented and
starting back away from the first responders.

The man had been huffing gasoline in the basement of the home where there was a water heater and furnace.  There was a flash fire, mostly contained around the mattress the man was sitting on.  A water pipe burst put out the fire before crews arrived, possibly saving both the man and the house.

There were two adults and two children also inside the home, but they were safely evacuated.  The man is listed in critical condition.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Pennsylvania Man Arrested for Huffing

Via The Morning Call 

A 29-year-old Pennsylvania man was arrested for huffing.  The man was found unconscious in a Walmart parking lot with a can of duster he stole from the care.  The man was arrested for retail theft, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

The man was arrested a year prior to this on a similar incident relating to huffing.

Florida Man Caught Huffing


A Florida was found unconscious in his car after huffing from a duster.  Once awoken the man apologized to police and admitted he had only been huffing for a month.   The man was taken to jail.

Michigan Woman Arrested for Huffing


A 39-year-old Michigan woman was arrested for huffing.  Police were called to car accident and while in their cruiser writing the report, a bystander notified them of a woman standing near the vehicles huffing.  When police approached the woman she began to fight with them.

The woman was arrested for resisting and obstructing officers and charges are being sought on the use of an inhalant.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Ohio Woman Arrested for Huffing


A 21-year-old Ohio woman was arrested for huffing.  Police were called to a home on complaints of an unruly child. Upon arrival police determined that a 14-year-old child had been huffing a can of duster with the 21-year-old woman.

The woman faces first degree misdemeanor charges for abusing harmful intoxicants and contributing to the unruliness of a minor.