Man Calls 911 to Complain He's 'Too High,' Officers Find Him Surrounded by Junk Food
Police found a man lying in junk food and said he was 'too high' and couldn't feel his hands.
A man in Austintown, Ohio called police and complained he was “too high” after smoking pot, according to reports.
Authorities were called to the home on Friday evening by a 22-year-old man who had smoked marijuana, according to the police report. The officer responding to the call could reportedly hear the man groaning from a room in the house.
The officer found the man “on the floor in the fetal position” and “was surrounded by a plethora of Doritos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish and Chips Ahoy cookies,” according to the report.
The man also told the officer he couldn’t feel his hands because “he smoked too much weed,” according to the report.
The smoker sent the cop to his car where he had allegedly smoked the drug and the officer recovered a glass pipe, rolling papers and a glass jar containing marijuana.
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