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VIDEO: Man Walks Into Tulsa Jail Reportedly High On K2

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A man is behind bars after walking into the Tulsa County jail apparently high on drugs and acting distressed.

Police said he entered the building on Wednesday evening, and he was believed to be under the influence of a type of synthetic marijuana, also known as K2.

Several people were in the lobby when he started acting strangely and police were concerned for their safety.

Sheriff's deputies tried to help him and asked if he needed medical care.

That's when he started yelling and cursing about God and religion.

Deputies say they tried to detain him, but he became violent, so they used a stun gun on him.

The man was transported to the hospital and it was later determined that he was high on K2.

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