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After allegedly leading police on a high-speed motorcycle chase, an Alabama man allegedly gave the police quite a shock when he picked up a bag of meth and began to try to eat it — and when the police gave him a shock.
Marshall County Sheriff’s deputies spotted Toney Ray Johnson, 48, standing in the middle of the road next to his motorcycle. He seemed to struggle with the start of his vehicle, authorities said.
When the deputy approached, Johnson allegedly got on his motorcycle and sped off. The deputy followed him and, after a short chase, Johnson pulled over, WHNT reported.
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Toney Ray Johnson, 48, was arrested after he tried to eat a bag of meth after high-speed chase in Alabama.
(Marshall County Sheriff’s Office)
The deputy said he saw Johnson trying to eat something from a plastic bag, which was later determined to be meth.
After a brief struggle, the deputy used his stun gun on Johnson before the man could consume of the drugs, the officials said.
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Johnson was charged with drug possession, resisting arrest and attempting to flee a law enforcement officer.
He was jailed on a $12,500 bail, AL.com reported.