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Man Spotted Eating Rocks Near High School Tells Nosy Students “I Lost My Meth”
Des Moines, IA –Students from Lincoln High School reported seeing a man in a nearby park eating rocks Monday. That man, 35-year-old Michael Sutton, was later taken into custody on a wide range of charges. Yes… rocks.
The students apparently happened upon the weird ass scene sometime Monday afternoon. When the students asked Sutton why, exactly, he was eating rocks, Sutton reportedly replied, “I lost my meth.” This, of course, prompted them to report the incident to their school resource officer.
When police arrived on scene, Sutton was still chowing down. An officer asked him what he was eating. “Rocks,” Sutton replied. The officer then asked Sutton if he thought maybe it was a little odd to be sitting in the middle of the road eating rocks. “Well, they are small rocks,” was his reply. Oh, well in that case…..
After he was finished snacking, Sutton rose to leave the area. It was then that police noticed he had a couple of kiddos in his car. They allowed Sutton to pull away, cause it’s not illegal to eat rocks, but quickly pulled him right the hell back over due to faulty brake lights. According to police, he rolled along for about a quarter of a mile before he finally gave up.
During a search, police found a meth pipe in his pocket. Sutton also reportedly admitted to smoking meth the night before, and claimed he was still feeling the effects. I’ve heard many a story of the weird shit tweekers do, but eating rocks is probably the most hilarious EVER.
Sutton was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of child endangerment, two counts of failing to secure a child, failure to have a valid license or insurance, operating a non-registered vehicle and having an improper rear lamp. He’ll likely be facing additional charges once his drug test comes back. Bond was set at $6,119.
The children, ages 4 and 5, were later released to their mother.