Police in Georgia said two men who seemed to be hallucinating called 911 to report a home invasion and were arrested on suspicion of making methamphetamine.
Effingham County sheriff's deputies said they responded to a call about a home invasion at the Bloomingdale home at about 4 a.m. Tuesday and were greeted by Brian Johnson, 28, and Brian Austin, 25, who said they could hear people in their back bedroom, The Savannah (Ga.) Morning News reported Wednesday.
"They pointed out to the deputies outside where the 'suspects' were, climbing into a boat and getting away," sheriff's spokesman David Ehsanipoor said. "There was no one there, and deputies realized the two men were hallucinating."
"They were so high they called 911 on themselves," the spokesman said.
He said investigators discovered a meth lab at the residence and the men were arrested.
Austin, who was found to be carrying additional drugs on his person, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and crossing a guard line with a controlled substance.
Johnson was arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and conspiracy to commit a drug related offense.
Investigators also arrested Sherry Horton, 32, and William Hendrix, 35, who were already under investigation. They were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine.