Douglas Kelly, 49, from Hawthorne reportedly told police that he had a bad reaction after he smoked some meth he had purchased from a dealer.
So he called the Putnam County Sheriff’s office Tuesday and asked if they would test the drugs for him, authorities said.
He apparently wanted to press charges against his dealer if he had been sold some other narcotic instead of meth.
Police told Kelly that if he came to the sheriff’s office, they would run the tests for him.
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