LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - After Lufkin Police officers arrested an intoxicated man for climbing onto a car hauler that didn't belong to him early Friday morning, the man allegedly told them that a white wolf chased him and his family to the truck and into a tree.
Juan Jamie, 42, was arrested and charged with public intoxication, which is a misdemeanor.
According to the Lufkin Police Department's daily activity report, LPD officers arrested Jamie for public intoxication after he was found climbing on a car hauler that didn't belong to him at a business in the 4100 block of S. First Street.
Jamie allegedly told the Lufkin PD officers that his wife and children were inside one of the cars on the trailer. When the officers searched the vehicles, they didn't find anyone, the report stated.
At that point, Jamie told the officers that his wife and children were in the cab of his truck. The LPD officers checked, and again, they found no one, the report stated.
The officers noticed that even though it was only 75 degrees, Jamie was sweating profusely. In addition, his pupils didn't dilate when they were exposed to light, he smelled like PCP, the report stated.
"When they arrived at the jail, Jamie began telling them how white wolves chased him and his family to the truck and into a tree," the report stated. "He went on to say that the wolves spat at him."