Zachary PD: Woman accused of sniffing toxic vapors, running light

Angelina Gipson
Angelina Gipson

A Zachary woman with a criminal history involving accusations that she inhaled toxic vapors from a computer keyboard dust cleaner was arrested Thursday after she was stopped for running a red light.

Angelina Michelle Gipson, 33, 4215 W. Central Ave., was booked Thursday by the Zachary Police Department with abuse of toxic vapors and running a red light, according to an affidavit of probable cause.

Gipson was arrested Nov. 24 by the Zachary Police Department and accused of sniffing toxic vapors.

She also was booked by the Baker Police Department on the charge Dec. 26 and again twice on Jan. 3 — once by the Zachary Police Department and earlier in the day by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office, Zachary Police Chief David McDavid said.

When Gipson was stopped by police Thursday for running a red light on Lee Street, police found two cans of the keyboard dust cleaner in the vehicle, according to the affidavit.

The officer who stopped Gipson on Thursday said she stumbled when she was asked to get out of the vehicle and she admitted to police she had been inhaling the fumes of the cleaner, the affidavit said.