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2 face noxious substance charges in McCracken County

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Jessi Crooks (Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Dept.) Jessi Crooks (Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Dept.)
Trad Mason (Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Dept.) Trad Mason (Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Dept.)
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MCCRACKEN COUNY, KY (KFVS) -

Two people are facing noxious gas charges after a complaint was filed regarding possible huffing at a mobile home park.

McCracken County Sheriff's Department responded to the complaint at 3712 Clarks River Road in the Country Aire Mobile Home Park around 7:20 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25.

Deputies searched the area and found two people in the home huffing what appeared to be canned air and air duster.

Trad Mason, 33, of Paducah and 27-year-old Jessi Crooks, also of Paducah, were identified and found to be attempting to get high off the fumes from the canned air products.

After searching the home, deputies found 12 empty cans of air duster.

Both Mason and Crooks were taken to the McCracken County Jail on criminal possession of noxious substance charges.

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