A man turned himself in to Canal Fulton Police after admitting being under the influence of bath salts and other drugs.
Interim Police Chief Doug Swartz says when the 21-year old man came to in the station, he had violent intentions on his mind.
"The subject came to our station and told our dispatchers he needed handcuffed because had thoughts of suicide, saying he wanted to take a gun and begin shooting anyone that came across his path including police."
The man claimed to be a drug dealer, dealing numerous types of drugs to children. He is currently at an area medical facility.
Swartz says while under the influence of bath salts users can become extremely aggressive, delusional and paranoid.
He (Swartz) says people need to be more aware of the dangerous side effects of bath salts before thinking about trying them.
" I don't think people are really aware of the dangers of it, and the first time they are trying it could be the most dangerous time."
In addition to being high on bath salts, the man admitted to being on K-2, cocaine and marijuana.
With very few drug abusers turning themselves in, Swartz says to call the police if you see someone under the influence of bath salts or any other drug.
"For the safety of yourself, the community, and the individual themselves, call the police right away and we can either get them the help they need or we can place them under arrest and get them off the streets."
No charges have been filed and police are not releasing the man's name at this time.