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A Rock Hill woman was arrested for huffing air duster in the parking lot of a local store, even after police arrived, according to a report from the Rock Hill Police Department.
The incident began Saturday just before 3 p.m. when police were called to the Dollar General on Celanese Road because of a woman who was reportedly huffing the air duster inside a vehicle in the parking lot.
An officer arrived at the scene, and found Tina Renee Suchenski, 50, unresponsive in the drivers seat of a Mercury SUV with a can of air duster in her lap. The officer moved the air duster to the passenger seat as he opened the door, turned off the vehicle and removed the keys, the report states.
Suchenski eventually responded to the officer, but refused to exit the vehicle. The officer then went to his vehicle to get a pair of rubber gloves due to the fact that Suchenski had urinated on herself.
That's when, the report states, Suchenski grabbed the can of air duster and continued huffing it until the officer removed her from the vehicle and placed her in handcuffs and into the back of his patrol vehicle.
Suchenski was arrested and charged with unlawful use of Hydrocarbons and public disorderly intoxication.