by Adeniyi Abdul
Just when you thought it was over, another case of humans engaging in bizarre acts due to the influence of bath salts happens to have popped up. Thankfully no faces were eaten this time but reports say the parties involved were acting, unsurprisingly, “like wild animals”.
Donna Jean and Phillip Walls who live in Gaston County in North Carolina surprised their neighbour, Pastor Richard Robinson by barging into his house with several weapons, for no apparent reason. Mr. Walls was armed with a .44 magnum revolver and a green military bag full of several other guns while his wife was holding a 9mm pistol and a knife. “They just came stumbling in, waving a gun like someone was after them,” Debra Robinson said. “She was delusional. She was acting like a wild animal.” Pastor Robinson’s son-in-law had been on the phone talking to the Walls’ when he realised something seemed wrong with them, as Phillip kept repeating the Pastor’s name. Richard Robinson then received a call from his son-in-law warning him to be careful around his neighbours, and at that moment the Wallses burst into the Robinsons’ house.
“It’s still frightening. It’s still dangerous and frightening,” Debra Robinson said, adding that the Wallses also came with a duffel bag with jewelry, guns and wigs inside.”
“They pretty much had their own little army,” she said.
Richard Robinson also spoke about the encounter, saying “I just said, ‘Dwayne you’re in my house. Ain’t nobody going to hurt you. Give me the gun.’”. “I was little afraid, don’t get me wrong,” he continued. “But even in that state of mind, he had enough presence to ask me to pray for him.”
Phillip and Donna Jean Walls have a history of synthetic drug use, according to Sgt. Talmadge McInnis with Gaston County Police Department. Other officers also have had previous calls about the couple: “They were aware of these people using bath salts.”