Hear it for yourself: 911 call released from Ohio man ‘too high’ on pot

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AUSTINTOWN, OH - The 911 call has been released after an Austintown man called 911 last week because he was “too high on weed.”

When officers arrived, they were directed to an upstairs bedroom by the caller’s grandfather. As they got upstairs they could hear “groaning from a room at the end of the hall.” When they opened the door, they found the 22-year-old laying on the floor in a fetal position, surrounded by “a plethora of Doritos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish and Chips Ahoy cookies.”

Upon seeing the officer, the man told him that he was “too high and could not feel his hands” and that he had “smoked too much weed." He also told the officer that some of the marijuana was still his car, gave him the car keys and told him he could take it all.

Inside the car, the police found a glass pipe that had marijuana residue on it, two packs of rolling papers, the remnants of two marijuana cigarettes and a glass jar filled with marijuana.

The man, whose name has not been released, refused medical attention.

Charges of possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia are pending.