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Michael Auttonberry

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Added: Oct 10, 2018  

West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. 'Axe', one of the many demons meth can install in a man's head, and thus speaketh the man. Instead of calling ghost-busters, Michael Auttonberry decided to call the authorities and falsely report his head was axed.

October 03, 2018. Seemingly high on stuff of sorts, Michael L. Auttonberry called the cops and reported a stabbing on the head with an ax. When the police arrive at his home, they find him with no ax wounds on the head while he was cursing at invisible ghosts. Nevertheless, he continued to claim there were intruders and he allowed officers to search the residence. Officers found no one but behold a gram of methamphetamine in a brown sac placed in plain view. Michael claimed the meth was placed there by the "ghosts", or, more believable, "intruders".

October 10, 2018. Presumably after being given enough time to 'descend from his highness', 59 year-old Michael L. Auttonberry was booked at Ouachita Correctional Center and charged with filing a false report.

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