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A woman called 911 on May 9 claiming a 17-year-old tried to enter her Murdoch-Goshen Road home around 10:20 p.m. The caller engaged with the suspect while talking to dispatchers and is heard warning the teen “Stay away from me, you will get shot.”
The 911 caller described the suspect as “probably on something” (referencing drugs) and said he attempted hurt her by grabbing her around the neck.
Moments later, the woman screamed and told dispatchers her husband shot the teen. The shotgun round accidentally hit the woman and injured her shoulder and eye, officials say. She was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover.
Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell says after the teen was shot in the back, he was found running around and running himself into walls. When the male homeowner went to give the suspect towels to prevent the bleeding, the homeowner found the suspect on the front porch of the house masturbating.
He's screaming, 'I'm not gay. I want (profanity). Where's the girl? Where's the girl?'" a 911 caller told dispatchers.
originally posted by: Greathouse
a reply to: Battleline
Yeah instead we're going in the other direction the drugs are getting worse.
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: Greathouse There are some weird synthetic drugs out there and either this kid doesn't watch the news or he bought weed that contained another substance without knowing. It is scary, but I hope conservatives don't use these examples in their war against weed.
The much-anticipated toxicology report released by Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Dr. Bruce Hyma found marijuana in Eugene’s system, something CBS4 News had previously reported, but no evidence of any other street drugs, alcohol or prescription drugs, or any adulterants found in street drugs. The report said this includes coc aine, '___', amphetamines (Ecstasy, Meth and others), phencyclidine (PCP or Angel Dust), heroin, oxycodone, Xanax, synthetic marijuana (Spice), and many other similar compounds.
According to a report in the Rocky Mountain News, 37 people were killed across the state on Jan. 1, the first day the drug became legal for all adults to purchase. Several more are clinging onto life in local emergency rooms and are not expected to survive.
"It's complete chaos here," says Dr. Jack Shepard, chief of surgery at St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver. "I've put five college students in body bags since breakfast and more are arriving every minute.
"We are seeing cardiac arrests, hypospadias, acquired trimethylaminuria and multiple organ failures. By next week the death toll could go as high as 200, maybe 300. Someone needs to step in and stop this madness. My god, why did we legalize marijuana? What were we thinking?"