Burglar High on Bath Salts Breaks into Home, Puts Up Xmas Decorations


Go back to your shanties.

Snorting bath salts put one Ohio crook in the holiday spirit, police say.

Cops in Vandalia, north of Dayton, say Terry Trent, 44, was high on the designer drug when he broke into a family’s home, put up some Christmas decorations and then plopped down on a couch to watch television, local station WHIO reported.

An 11-year-old boy who lives in the house found the strung-out stranger and called his mother, Tamara Henderson, who was at a neighbor's house.

She said, "What do you mean a man is in our house? You don't know if he has a gun or if he has a knife?" the station reported.

Henderson called 911, and Trent was arrested without incident.

Cops say he was armed with a pocket knife.

But Henderson suspects the decorating bandit was just looking for a festive spot to soak in his buzz.

"The candle was lit on the coffee table, the television was on and very loud," she told the station.

"He had said to [my son] ,'I'm sorry. I didn't mean to scare you. I'll get my things and go.' "

Trent was charged with burglary and held in a county lockup.

Cops say he has a history of drug charges.
You know something, I don't think I would press charges.


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Bath salts, eh? Time to ask for gift certificates to Lush for Christmas.


Registered User
What the fuck does this have to do with Islam?


Registered User
everything sounds like a great idea when you're high or drunk.


Go back to your shanties.
everything sounds like a great idea when you're high or drunk.
When I first started getting high and didn't understand this fact, I bought a $80 web design book thinking I could learn HTML and create the most popular porn site on the internet and get advertisements from Ford and Chevy.

I'm thankful I can now handle my weed.


Wackbag's Best Conservative
Wouldn't trespassing be a more appropriate charge?


Fuckin savages
I'd be ok with someone breaking in to decorate for X-mas....save me the trouble of lugging all that stuff up from the basement