Austintown man calls 911, says he’s “too high”

AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Police responded to an Austintown residence Friday night after a man called 911, saying he was, “too high,” according to a police report.

In a call to an emergency dispatcher, which can be heard in the above video, the man says, “I can’t feel anything.”

The report states that just after 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2, an Austintown Police officer went to a house on Westminster Ave. after an emergency dispatcher received the call. The officer entered the house and heard the man groaning.

When the officer found the man, he was lying on the floor in the fetal position, surrounded by, “Doritos, Pepperidge Farm goldfish, and Chips Ahoy cookies,” the report states.

The man told the officer he, “‘smoked too much weed,'” and mentioned that there was more weed in the center console of his car. He gave the officer his keys and permission to get the drug.

The officer found marijuana and marijuana-smoking paraphernalia in the car, according to the report. Police did not arrest the man or immediately file charges.

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