A central Pennsylvania man was charged after police say he sprayed fluid used to embalm a human mind on marijuana which he then smoked.
State police in Carlisle charged 26-year-old Joshua Lee longer with abuse of a corpse and conspiracy.
Court public records suggest Long’s aunt contacted detectives on June 21 after finding a brain that is human a department shop case under a porch while cleansing a trailer.
Longer allegedly shared with her during a phone discussion from the Cumberland County prison that he utilized the formaldehyde-soaked weed to get high.
“The defendant associated he knew it absolutely was unlawful to have the mind and that he and (another guy) would spray the embalming fluid on ‘weed’ to have high,” wrote Trooper John Boardman, the investigator.
Court records indicate a coroner concluded the brain had been genuine and that Long supposedly called it Freddy. The coroners who examined the mind think it absolutely was likely a stolen teaching specimen, in line with the arrest affidavit. Long remains in jail, and court records did not list a lawyer for him.