A blood-soaked teen attacked a paramedic, leading to three arrests following an allegedly drug-fueled party in Marin.
Paramedics were summoned after reports of a 16-year old boy having a seizure at about 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, the Marin Independent Journal reported.
When they arrived, the medical professionals were "attacked" by a 16-year old boy, who was covered in blood and possessed "superhuman strength," the newspaper reported. The bloody boy denied the paramedics entry, at which point sheriff's deputies were summoned.
While the boy spit blood on the first responders, other unruly partiers blocked the paths of the deputies, who called for backup. Police from four agencies, including the California Highway Patrol, responded to the scene, the newspaper reported.
The blood-spitting 16-year-old was the individual who was reported as having the seizure, the newspaper reported.
He was arrested after receving medical attention, and an 18-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman were also brought into custody for being under the influence, resisting a police officer, assaulting emergency personnel, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to authorities.
Another teen, a 16-year-old girl, was taken into custody and released to her parents, who own the home where the partying took place. The home is vacant and for sale; the girl had a key and organized the shindig, the newspaper reported.
At the house, police found marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and a "designer drug" police described as "DMD," the newspaper reported. They may be referring to DMT.