SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A Sullivan County woman is in jail, preliminarily charged with huffing, or inhaling, an aerosol can of computer keyboard cleaner while behind the wheel.
Peggy Sue Camden, 43, of Dugger, Ind. was arrested Thursday afternoon after crashing her mini-van twice along County Road 525 East in rural Sullivan County.
Sheriff's investigators say not only was Camden armed with the makeshift drug and inhaling it as she drove, she also had a 2-year-old girl in her backseat.
"She went through a couple minutes of incoherence and laughing and moaning and euphoria on her part," said Dave Haddix, chief deputy with the Sullivan County Sheriff's Department.
Haddix said the small child Camden had with her, and was babysitting, was quickly scooped up by children's services and ultimately returned to her parents.
Camden's bond amount was $20,000 with no 10 percent allowed; sheriff's officials want to make it a little more difficult for her to make bail and return to the streets.
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