Blog Report

Friday, February 19, 2016

Wisconsin Man Caught Stealing and Huffing Dusters


An Eau Claire resident was caught stealing cans of computer cleaner from a local Menards store, and huffing them inside the business. Police were called to the store and found him struggling to maintain his balance and keep his eyes open, signs that he had been abusing the product in the store. He was reported to have stolen as many as 17 two-packs of the dusters, and police found several stolen cans in his vehicle. A $500 cash bail was set for the man, who returns to court March 14. As conditions of bail, he cannot have contact with Menards stores or possess aerosol cans.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

South Carolina Woman Caught Huffing Duster in Walmart Bathroom

Spartanburg police were called to the scene at a local Walmart upon receiving reports of "someone spray painting the bathroom with the doors locked". Police arrived to find the suspect passed out on the bathroom floor, surrounded by eight cans of compressed air dusters. Six of the cans were taken from the Walmart. 
When discovered, the suspect had vomited and hit her head while falling inside the restroom. She was taken to the emergency room for immediate care, then booked for Inhalation of Hydrocarbons. 

Monday, February 8, 2016

Utah Driver Huffs Duster, Crashes

(warning: photos may be graphic to some viewers)

An 18-year-old driver in Utah was found trapped in his vehicle following a crash into a light pole and palm tree. The driver was huffing computer duster while driving and lost consciousness, causing the violent crash. Emergency personnel transported him to Dixie Regional Medical Center, where he remains.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

New York Man Accused of Stealing and "Huffing" Inhalant

via http://www.buffalo.com

A 30-year-old Arden man was arrested after being seen taking cans of duster into the bathroom of a local Target store and "huffing" them to get high. According to the Police report, the man was taken to Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center for treatment of his pain and disorientation. Following treatment, he was charged with petit larceny, possession of stolen property, criminal mischief, inhalation of toxic vapors, and appearing under the influence in public.