By The Blaze. Louisiana man Michael Auttonberry called the police Wednesday to report that he’d been attacked with an axe and had been stabbed in the head. . .
When police arrived at Auttonberry’s home, they likely expected to come face-to-face with a grisly scene. Instead, they met an irritated Auttonberry, who had been neither attacked with an axe nor stabbed in the head.
In fact, police couldn’t even find any intruders in the West Monroe man’s home, despite Auttonberry swearing at people who, according to police were “obviously not there.”
They did, however, find a bag of meth on Auttonberry’s nightstand and a gram of meth on Auttonberry’s person. (Read more from “Man Calls Cops, Says He Was Attacked With Axe — Things Get More Bizarre When Cops Show up at Scene” HERE)
OPSO: Man Says Ghost Planted Meth on Him After He Was Attacked With Axe
By KNOE 8. Authorities say they arrested a Ouachita Parish man on drug and false reporting charges after he told them quite a story – possibly involving a ghost.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office says they responded to a home on Lynette Drive in the West Monroe area after getting a call from a man who said he had been attacked with an axe. The man claimed someone “stabbed” him in the head with the bladed weapon.
When deputies arrived, they found the caller, Michael L. Auttenberry, at his front door cursing at people who were “obviously not there”. Deputies say the man was not calm and cursing at them too, so they placed him in handcuffs for their safety. Upon looking Auttenberry over, they say, they found no indication that he had actually been hit in the head with an axe. (Read more from “OPSO: Man Says Ghost Planted Meth on Him After He Was Attacked With Axe” HERE)