Man On Meth Believed Snakes Were Attacking Him

on Wednesday, 27 June 2012. Posted in Crystal Meth

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Most people know that methamphetamine usage causes strange behavior and even stranger hallucinations.

Not only can it cause serious damage to the body, but it can cause people to slip into an alternate state of reality, believing things that simply donít exist.

That was the case for Myron Ritchie Tesseneer, 56, Monday night. Police received a 911 call from a man claiming that he was being attacked by snakes. Tesseneer asked the police to come search the home for the snakes. However, when the police arrived, they didnít find any snakes. What they did find, was paraphernalia used to cook crystal meth.

Now, Tesseneer is face charges for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of precursor chemicals. He is currently being held at the Cleveland County Detention Center with a $100,000 bond.

In Tesseneerís mind, the hallucination was so real that he felt his life was in danger enough to call 911. In reality, though, all he did was call the cops on himself. Strange, but true.

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