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Last updated on Monday, September 7, 2009
(BLOOMFIELD, IN) - Greene County Police officials escorted a man home after discovering the man covered in gold paint that he used as an inhalant to get high.
According to police a motorist informed was driving in Greene County when he discovered a truck that had pulled off of the roadway with a man sitting inside.
The driver pulled his vehicle off of the roadway to see if the man inside, 20-year-old Jordan A. Guy, needed help with possible car trouble.
The motorist noticed that Jordan Guy was covered in golden paint. Guy told the man that he didn't need any assistance.
The motorist then left the scene and called to inform police of the strange incident.
Once at the location of the parked truck, police noted that golden paint covered Guy's face, hands, pants and the inside of his nose.
Inside the truck with Guy was a plastic bag filled with gold paint that he used to inhale.
Jordan Guy was transported to a residence and admitted to inhaling paint chemicals in the past.
Guy has been summoned to appear in Greene Superior Court on September 21st on a preliminary charge of inhaling toxic vapors, a class B misdemeanor.
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