Police: Unconscious Man Had Inhaled Toxic Vapors

A man that police and paramedics found unconscious Thursday evening at the Neuse River Boat Ramp off South Brightleaf Boulevard had reportedly inhaled toxic vapors.

Around 6:40pm, Johnston County EMS responded to a report of an unresponsive person in a vehicle at the boat ramp.  Police arrived to assist.

Officers said 26 year-old Daniel Paul Drewry of Wood Lee Road, Four Oaks had four aerosol cans of Dust Off, including one can he was still holding in his hand.

Drewry underwent medical treatment before being arrested by police and charged with inhaling toxic vapors and possession of toxic vapor substances.

At the time of the incident, Drewry was free on bond waiting to appear in court on May 8th for a 2016 inhaling toxic vapors charge from Smithfield Police.

He was confined in the Johnston County Jail under a $25,000 bond.

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  1. Seems like to me this man is off in his head and may need some psychiatric help. But then again there isn’t no help for some people, because they don’t want it.

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