A Pennsylvania man in jail on burglary charges is now accused of using a human brain to get high.
Joshua Long, 26, was charged Friday with abuse of a corpse after his aunt found the brain underneath the front porch of a vacant trailer in Penn Township, according to Fox43.com.
The brain was in a display container ― the kind you might see in a museum ― and stuffed into a Walmart bag, according to PennLive.
The trailer is the former home of Robby Zoller and Angela Micklo, two robbery suspects currently wanted by police. Micklo is Long’s aunt.
Police said the brain was found last month. A family member subsequently contacted Long at Cumberland County Prison to find out why there was a brain in a Walmart bag at the house.
Police claim Long and his smoking buddy had given the brain the nickname of “Freddy.”