Student Stabbed in Throat After Dropping Acid

Rutgers University student arrested on multiple charges
By Neal Colgrass,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 29, 2015 4:37 PM CDT
Student Stabbed in Throat After Dropping Acid

Talk about a bad trip: Police say two Rutgers University students dropped acid last night, and one got so aggressive that he stabbed the other in the throat, My Central Jersey reports. According to a witness, Andrew Kim, 23, and Kevin Huang, 22, took LSD inside a residence yesterday evening in New Brunswick, New Jersey. When Huang began acting weird, taking off his clothes and wrecking the apartment, the eyewitness fled—and says he returned to find Kim running out of the apartment with a bloody neck wound. Police arrived at roughly 1:20am this morning, found Kim bleeding badly outside, and Huang inside the residence, pacing around without a stitch on.

Kim was taken to hospital, where police say he's in serious condition and should survive the attack, the Star-Ledger reports. Huang, of course, was arrested, and faces a slew of charges including attempted murder, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and several drug-related charges. The latter probably stem from a search warrant police obtained for his apartment, which allegedly contained about 500 bars of Xanax, 15 pounds of marijuana, a large amount of cocaine, crystals, pills, a wad of cash, and packaging that seemed intended for drug distribution. (Read more LSD stories.)

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