Texas man charged for huffing keyboard cleaner in Zachary
ZACHARY - Police accused a Texas man of huffing keyboard cleaner outside a Zachary Winn Dixie Tuesday afternoon.
25-year-old Zachary Harrison was booked on one count of abuse of toxic vapors following his encounter with Zachary Police.
Officers were dispatched to 5005 Church Street after a caller said he saw a man possibly inhaling paint.
Police said as they approached Harrison, he inserted a can of into his nose and inhaled the contents. He lated denied inhaling from the can, according to police.
Officers also discovered a second can, later identified as compressed gas duster used to clean computer keyboards, along with a puddle of vomit next to the man.
Harrison told officers that he has had a drug problem since he was a teenager, and was currently staying at the Salvation Army Rehab facility. He told police that he was huffing the substance because of marital problems.
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