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Morgantown Man Arrested After Incident At Nashville McDonald's
Updated August 24, 2015 7:19 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(NASHVILLE) - Police were called to the IGA parking lot in Nashville after a man had what was believed to be a medical issue in the drive-thru at McDonald's.

According to Nashville Town Marshal Ben Seastrom, officers were called to after a report of a man having a seizure after he received his order in the McDonald's drive-thru.

Employees told police the man had received his order and then began making motion like he was having seizure. The man then drove off.

Officer found his vehicle after being flagged down by an individual saying the vehicle was parked in the IGA parking lot.

The town marshal found 22-year-old David Hoefling slumped over the steering wheel. As the officer approached, Hoefling began flailing his arms and then once again slumped over the steering wheel. He then sat up and began rolling what police believed was a marijuana cigarette.

When town marshal asked Hoefling what he was doing, he told police he was waiting for a friend who had gone into the store to find another individual.

While speaking to police, Hoefling attempted to hide a brown box that was on the center console of the vehicle.

The town marshal asked Hoefling if he was alright, and he claimed he was and denied having any seizure. But police say Hoefling couldn't stay on topic, was sweating, and his pupils were pinpoints, making the marshal believe Hoefling was under the influence of drugs.

Hoefling was asked to step out of the vehicle to be checked by medical professionals who had arrived at the scene.

Hoefling then admitted to snorting six Adderall pills earlier so he could stay focused while searching for a job.

Officers searched Hoefling's vehicle and found rolling papers, a plastic end of a pen they believe was used as a smoking device, a marijuana seed in the brown box, a 20 mg Citalopram pill -- an antidepressant -- and a metal pick with residue and burn marks.

After being checked by medical professionals, Hoefling was arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

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