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Police say incoherent Oppenheim man with rifle took ‘bath salts’

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An Oppenheim man was apparently under the influence of the hallucinogenic designer drug called “bath salts” earlier this week when he walked around a Dolgeville neighborhood with a loaded rifle and yelled incoherently, according to police. Daniel Nellis, 39, of 174 Hoffman Road, surrendered to Fulton County sheriff’s deputies around 6:30 a.m. Monday and was taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation, said Dolgeville Police Chief Richard Congdon. During the investigation, police found ...


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