MANSFIELD - Joseph T. Johnson, 20, of 555 Fall Run Road, Wysox, was charged by Mansfield University police with disorderly conduct in one incident and with possession of a small amount of marijuana and an illegal weapon in another recently.
According to documents filed at District Judge James Carlson's office, police were dispatched to a report of a suspicious person on the third floor of Oak Manor Aug. 28.
Staff believed him to be under the influence drugs or alcohol as he was wandering through the corridor and common areas of the hall wearing only boxer shorts and a blanket draped over his head.
In addition, according to police, he appeared to be hallucinating and not responding appropriately to staff members.
He was found to have consumed a tea he brewed from the seeds of the Datura plant known to have hallucinogenic properties and which can be toxic if consumed in enough quantity.
He was issued a summons to appear at a Jan. 9 preliminary hearing for that incident.
In a second incident on Sept. 15 police said they was dispatched to investigate a possible drug law violation at Oak Manor and found Johnson at his residence hall room, 339 Oak Manor.
According to police, he retrieved a small ceramic pipe inside a felt bag in his dresser, which appeared to have marijuana residue in it.
Police said he admitted he was in possession of another pipe containing marijuana, which he also voluntarily retrieved for police. The wooden pipe contained a green leafy plant like substance police believed to be marijuana, and after that, he produced a double bladed knife from his desk.
He was issued a summons to appear for a Jan. 9 preliminary hearing for that incident.