Manager Calls Police. This Is What Happened Next…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach woman was seen inhaling cans of compressed air, normally used for computer dusting, in the back of the Walmart at 16205 South Military Trail. Police responded, arrested Junette McWilliams, and filled the following report, which we present verbatim:
“The store Manager caller called 9-1-1 to advise that a subject, later identified as Junette Mcwilliams, was “Huffing Dry Air Cans” to the rear of the liquor store. Upon arrival, I located McWilliams on the west side of the parking lot behind the liquor store. Post Miranda Warnings, McWilliams stated that she has
been using narcotics for many years. She stated after she was discharged from the hospital earlier that day, she walked to Walmart and bought two cans of “Surf Onn Electronics Compressed Gas Duster.” She walked to the west side of the parking lot and where she used the cans to get high.
A warning on the rear label read: “MISUSE BY DELIBERATELY CONCENTRATING AND INHALING CONTENTS MAY BE HARMFUL OR FATAL”, It should be noted that duster cans are commonly used to inhale the contents and get a short and immediate high. McWilliams was transported to Delray Medical Center for medical clearance and later was transported to county jail.
Based on the above-stated facts, Junette McWilliams did unlawfully inhale, ingest or possess with intent to breathe, inhale or drink any compound, liquid, or chemical containing toluol, hexane, trichloroethylene, acetone, toluene, ethyl acetate, methyl ethyl ketone trichloroethane, isopropanol, methyl isobutyl ketone, ethylene glycol monomethy1 ether acetate, cyclohexanone, nitrous oxide, diethyl ether, alkyl nitrites (butyl nitritel or any similar substance for the purpose of inducing a condition of intoxication or which distorts or disturbs the auditory, visual or mental processes, contrary to Florida Statute 877.111 (1).
McWilliams was booked into jail and later released on her own recognizance.
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