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  1. Phungushead
    SNELLVILLE, Ga. - Police said a dachshund was hit by a car and injured Sunday night after it had been fed LSD by its owners.

    CBS Affiliate WGCL reports that police responded to a call Sunday evening of a naked man and woman running down Pinehurst Road.

    According to Captain Harold Thomas, officers knocked on the door of a house and Nicholas Modrich answered the door naked.

    According to police, Modrich and Jamie Hughes, both 25, told officers they had taken LSD, and had given some to their dog Oscar, who was missing.

    "They were tripping pretty hard," Captain Thomas told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

    Officers began to search for Oscar, and learned he had been hit by a car on a nearby road.

    After being hit, Thomas said, the dog bit Modrich's mother and brother.

    Gwinnett Animal Control took Oscar, but Modrich's family requested he be taken to a private veterinarian, police said. His medical condition is not known.

    Police said a search of the house uncovered drug paraphernalia and marijuana. No LSD was found in the home.

    WGCL correspondent Mandi Milligan writes that Modrich and Hughes are expected to face drug charges - and possibly animal cruelty charges - upon being released from an area hospital.

    November 1, 2011 10:10 AM



  1. Phungushead
    Police: Dog given LSD euthanized, couple that ran naked charged

    A Snellville dog that was hit by a car and injured after being given LSD has been euthanized, and its owners have been charged in connection with the incident, police said Tuesday.

    Snellville police Capt. Harold Thomas said Nicholas Modrich and Jamie Hughes, both 25, were released from a hospital and booked into Gwinnett County Detention Center on Tuesday night.

    Both were charged with misdemeanor possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a drug-related object and public indecency, police said.

    Modrich also was charged with simple battery because a witness saw him forcefully pull Hughes' hair, police said.

    Thomas said Snellville police were alerted to the situation by reports of a naked man and woman running along Pinehurst Road at about 8 p.m. Sunday. The couple fled to their home in the 2100 block of Pinehurst Road and Modrich answered the door naked after police knocked, Thomas said.

    "They were tripping pretty hard," Thomas said.

    During questioning, the man and woman said they had taken LSD and had given some to Oscar, who was missing. Police determined Oscar was a dog and began a search, but soon learned the animal had been hit by a vehicle on a nearby road.

    After being hit, Oscar bit Modrich's mother and brother, Thomas said.

    Gwinnett Animal Control took possession of the animal, but Modrich's family requested the dog be taken to a private veterinarian, police said. For reasons that were not available Tuesday night, the dog was put down.

    Test results are pending for the canine, police said. If they show LSD in the animal's system, Modrich and Hughes also could be charged with animal cruelty.

    Inside the home, police found a bong, marijuana and Gummi worms, which were allegedly used to take the LSD, Thomas said. No LSD was found in the home.

    --Dispatch editor David Ibata contributed to this article.

    10:31 p.m. Tuesday, November 1, 2011

    By George Mathis

  2. godlike1213
    Not to smart to tell the officer everything. They should've just not answered the door, and when questioned said nothing about any LSD or such. That would've gave them no warrant to search the house, a simple public indecincy charge, a dead dog unfortunately, but no charges. Gee people aren't to bright these days.
  3. godlike1213
    Atleast oscar had a hell of a tripp before he went out.
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