Big Hill, Ca — Tuolumne County Sheriffï¿½Â´s Deputies were dispatched to the Quail Mine Rd. area of Big Hill Tuesday night after a caller reported that a man was attempting to break-in to their home.
When deputies arrived, they found 27-year-old Sonora resident Ibrahim Obai Kamara standing in a driveway without any clothes covering his body. A resident reported that he had witnessed Kamara remove his garments for an unknown reason.
Kamara was acting in a bizarre manner and later told deputies that he had ingested mushrooms. The Sheriffï¿½Â´s Department says that certain types of mushrooms, which contain a chemical called psilocybin, if ingested, can act as a hallucinogen.
Deputies were forced to use a Taser gun to get Kamara to cooperate and be taken into custody. Kamara is charged with disorderly conduct, indecent exposure, being under the influence of a controlled substance and obstruction of a public officer.
Written by BJ Hansen