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Liberty police arrest man on mushrooms after claiming he was being chased

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A Youngstown man is facing several charges after he led police to believe that he was being hunted.

The incident happened around 10:45 am on June 4.

According to the police report, 30-year-old Dominique Lucky called dispatchers and said that multiple men were chasing him with guns and trying to kill him.

Reports say that Liberty and Hubbard Township police were dispatched to a wooded area near the 4000 block of Logangate Road.

Dispatchers received another call shortly after saying that a man was running through the halls of an apartment building telling people he was being chased.

Police say that Lucky was the subject of the call and met with him at the apartment building.

Officers say Lucky was running through the building barefoot and appeared distraught.

According to the report, Lucky told police that he had consumed psychedelic mushrooms and believed he was being chased.

Police say Lucky consumed the mushrooms in the woods and had an adverse reaction causing him to retreat into the apartment where people were working.

After being told four times that he could not be where people were working, Lucky jumped out of a third story window into a mulch bed.

Officers say that Lucky reentered the apartment building an started banging on doors until an occupant opened his apartment door.

Reports say the occupant told Lucky that he could not enter the apartment causing Lucky to strike the man in the arm and continue down the hallway.

According to police, Lucky kicked in a door, breaking it in half before again jumping out the window.

Police arrested Lucky and transported him to St. Elizabeth Health Center because of his alerted state.

Lucky is facing charges of robbery, burglary, use possession or sale of drug paraphernalia, and inducing panic.

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