When police sensed danger to Wagner and the public, they stunned him. Wagner still managed to swallow the baggie. He was taken into custody and admitted to the hospital for several days. He later passed three small baggies, which police said was determined to be cocaine, based on a preliminary field test, WXYZ reported.
Once released from the hospital, MLive reported Wagner was charged with possession of cocaine and resisting and obstructing.
WJRT reported Wagner remained in haul Monday under $100,000 bond.