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MONROE, La. – A Louisiana man is facing a drug charge after deputies said he drove to a jail while high on methamphetamine and claimed God told him to retrieve family members from the correctional facility.

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Bobby Koch, 35, of Choudrant, Louisiana, made quite the entrance at the Ouachita Correctional Center in Monroe late Saturday night, forcing facility officials to file a harassment complaint with the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office, KNOE reported.

Deputies found Koch in the jail’s parking lot, where his was the only vehicle. According to jail records, Koch told responding deputies that “God told me to come here,” KTBS reported.

Koch admitted to deputies that he used methamphetamine shortly before driving to the detention center, noting that God told him to “get his family” out of jail, the TV station reported.

A search of Koch’s vehicle revealed suspected methamphetamine, which he admitted was his. He was then booked into the Ouachita Parish jail for meth possession, KNOE reported.