Ohio man flies to Florida to smoke pot with President, arrested
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Ohio man flies to Florida to smoke pot with President, arrested

In a fan moment gone wrong, a 27-year-old Ohio man was arrested for flying to Florida in a bid to meet President Donald Trump and smoke pot with him. According to reports, Tyler Jon Marrone from Columbus, Ohio, used a credit card he found somewhere to buy a plane ticket to Florida. Shockingly, Marrone wanted to drive to the President’s Mar-a-Lago estate and have a chat with him about the constant “static” and “frequency feedback” that he heard from his basement.

Marrone wanted to figure out what these sounds were trying to tell him. Commonly considered as auditory hallucination, hearing voices is the most common type of hallucination experienced by people suffering from psychotic disorders. These voices primarily arise due to the false perceptions of sound and have no origin in the outside world. While some of these voices can be positive, they can also be negative and hurt the person. Additionally, hearing voices is also linked to brain disorders like delirium and withdrawal from addictive substances like alcohol or drugs.

According to Marrone’s mother, he suffers from both depression and paranoia. She further told the deputies that Marrone had stopped taking his medicines and had twice attempted to take his own life. A debilitating yet a common condition in the United States, one in six American adults (aged 18 or above) suffer from some kind of mental illness. Depression, one of the most common mental illnesses, affects how an individual thinks, feels and acts. When left untreated, the illness can impact every aspect of an individual’s life and might lead to suicidal ideation. A leading cause of disability in the U.S., depression is treatable with the administration of an effective treatment along with medications and behavioral therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

Meth far too dangerous than imagined

After his arrest, the investigators checked Marrone’s bag and discovered a white substance, which he referred to as Adderall. Further investigations revealed that the white substance in the bag was methamphetamine or meth, a Schedule II stimulant abused for euphoric effects. Therefore, Marrone was also charged with possessing meth. As per an affidavit from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Marrone had arrived at the airport on Apr. 18, 2018, and was arrested on Apr.20, 2018. During his arrest, Marrone also admitted to being kicked out of the Supreme Court Building in Ohio.

An addictive stimulant drug, meth is abused for its euphoric effects. It also helps users stay awake for a longer period of time. Regular methamphetamine use can lead to a host of negative physical and mental health consequences requiring best treatment for meth addiction at certified drug abuse facilities.

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