Police: $20K of meth found in Scott Twp. home after hallucinating man calls 911

SCOTT TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Three men were arrested Friday after thousands of dollars of methamphetamine was found inside a home in Scott Township, police said.

Channel 11's Renee Kaminski learned that the men not only sold meth, but used it themselves. One of them called 911 when they started hallucinating on the front lawn of the Bower Hill Road home.

“We believe the individual was high on meth and was hallucinating,” Sgt. Jeff Skees said.

According to police, 40-year-old Mark Huellen was so high on meth that he thought six men were on the roof trying to break in.

But instead of intruders, police found $20,000 worth of meth, along with hypodermic needles, a loaded gun and more than $6,000 in cash.

Neighbor Tom Casciola said he saw a lot of cars coming and going from the house, but didn’t think anything of it.

“I still can't get over it. I can't believe it,” he said.

Along with Huellen, 19-year-old Nathan Kaskins and 24-year-old Charles Outcalt Jr. were arrested. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of the home’s owner, James France.

All four men face charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver.