In Tacoma, Washington, a man who allegedly hit a car and attempted to steal donuts and cash from a convenience store claims he was high—on the Holy Spirit.
According to Komo News, Anthoney Stanley, 28, is facing charges after he rear-ended a car in a turning lane, drove off to a gas station, grabbed two donut packages and yelled to the clerk that he needed gas.
When the cashier realized the man had no money, Stanley proceeded to jump the counter and try to pry the locked register open. He soon fled.
When officers eventually tracked him down, officers described him as being under the influence of some sort of stimulant. But according to the charging documents, Stanley claimed quite the opposite.
“He said he is filled with the Holy Spirit and said the officer could draw his blood, but all he would find would be God,” said the documents.
Stanley now faces charges including attempted robbery, DUI, hit and run, and driving with a suspended license.
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SOURCE: Charisma News