CASPER, Wyo. — Casper police arrested two 18-year-olds Wednesday after the car they were traveling in wrecked near Ash Street and authorities discovered five cans of Gasduster inside the vehicle, officials say.
Police say the car Nicole Tarasoff was driving struck a retaining wall near the Natrona County High School football field, then traveled 50 feet and came to rest on top of a tree stump in a front yard on Ash Street.
Taybor Lee McCarthy was a passenger in the car, police say.
Investigators found five cans of Gasduster — a brand of pressurized air for cleaning electronic equipment — in the car, according to arrests affidavits from the case.
McCarthy told police that he had been inhaling the Gasduster while traveling in the car, according to the affidavit. He was arrested for unlawful use of a toxic substance.
After performing field sobriety tests on Tarasoff, officers arrested her for driving under the influence. She told officers she had inhaled the Gasduster earlier in the day, according to the affidavit.