Blog Report

Monday, October 31, 2016

Arkansas is Arrested after Huffing and Head Butting an Officer


In Little Rock, AR a man was reportedly inhaling compressed air and scaring people. An off-duty deputy saw the 30-year-old man huffing from a rag over his face. The man was arrested and later, while the deputy was trying to get him out of the car, the man reportedly headbutted the officer. The 30-year-old faces misdemeanor charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct, making terrorist-like threats, criminal mischief and third-degree domestic battery.

Assistant District Attorney Resigns after being Arrested for Inhaling


In Texas a Hidalgo County assistant district attorney resigned after he was arrested twice in a two week period for huffing. Police found the 32-year-old slumped over in his car with cans of inhalant around him. The man is facing charges of DWI, inhalant abuse, and possessing drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

A Teen Boy Who Was Huffing Dies After Fall from a Building


A 13-year-old boy in Singapore fell from the 10th floor of a building after inhaling butane, found in gas canisters and lighters. They boy was pronounced dead after he was found on the second floor ledge. The teen had been sitting on the 10th floor ledge dangling his feet over when his hand slipped and he fell from his perch. The court ruled the case as a tragic misadventure.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Florida Man Arrested for Huffing


A 31-year-old man faces charges of inhaling harmful chemicals after police found him huffing paint thinner near a drug store. This is the fourth time he's been caught this year, and at least the 18th time since 2005. After he was released from jail police later found him hunched over, huffing. The man even poured paint thinner on his shirt and tried huffing it in front of the police, attempting to look normal. The man has been convicted in every one of his cases but has never served more than 20 days in jail.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Indiana Man Arrested for Huffing Duster


Police in Evansville, Indiana responded to a call made by a 30-year-old man's grandmother who said he tried to hit her while huffing. When police got there they found six empty cans of computer duster. The man even huffed from a duster can while police were there. He has been charged with intimidation and inhaling toxic vapors.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Man in Illinois Found Dead in a Ditch Due to Inhalants


In Illinois, a man was found dead in a ditch near a strip mall parking lot. The 43-year-old's body showed no signs of trauma and police found numerous cans of duster surrounding him in the ditch. The cause of death is still pending, but they suspect it was an overdose. According to the man's family, he was on his way to recovery and beating his addiction. A family friend talked to him a month before his death and claimed that he was doing great. They are not sure what lead to his probable relapse.