Help! I’m Too High on Marijuana, Says 911 Caller

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An Ohio man could be hot water after calling 911 due to the perception that his marijuana was too good. The man called authorities and said he was “too high.” Police reportedly found the man lying in the fetal position surrounded by bags of Doritos, Goldfish crackers, and Chips Ahoy cookies.

The report in in local writes:

A glass pipe with marijuana residue, two packs of rolling papers, two roaches and a glass jar of marijuana were recovered from the man’s car after he gave the keys to police. The man declined medical treatment at the home Friday night.

Austintown police have not charged the man in the incident as of late Monday morning.

Marijuana potency has drastically changed over the years and the pot of the 60’s and 70’s is no more. A report in Forbes details the increased intensity:

The main finding of the new analysis was that potency has risen by a factor of three in the last few decade. “As far as potency goes, it’s been surprising how strong a lot of the marijuana is,” says researcher and study lead Andy LaFrate. “We’ve seen potency values close to 30 percent THC, which is huge.” Potency used to be around 10% or less, but it’s been bred upwards over the years, presumably because the market has demanded it.

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