Adios scumbag Florida man took bad drug, broke out of ambulance and was killed after trying to break into house: police BY Joel Landau NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, July 15, 2015, 4:31 PM WTXL-TV Jarod Clemons, 27, was shot by a home owner when he tried to break into a home. He told police he had taken a bad "Molly," a synthetic drug similar to Ecstasy. A Florida man who asked for help from police after taking a bad drug then broke out of an ambulance taking him to the hospital and ended up dead when he was shot by the owner of a home he tried to break into, police said. Jarod Clemons' demise began early Wednesday morning when the 27-year-old jumped out of his girlfriend's car in Havana, Fla., and started running down a street. He ended up banging on the door of a house claiming police were after him. The resident did not open the door. A stolen gun was later found on the steps of the home. So Clemons, sweating heavily, started removing his clothes and ran to a police station. He begged officers for help and said he took a bad "Molly," the nickname for a synthetic drug called MDMA that is similar to Ecstasy. Clemons also told officers he tried to get help at a church and left a gun there, reports TV Station WTXL. Clemons was placed into an ambulance and driven to a hospital in Tallahassee, which is about 17 miles away. WTXL-TV He was placed into an ambulance but broke out of the vehicle and ran down a street in Tallahassee, Fla., where he was killed. But en route he became agitated and demanded to be released from the vehicle, Tallahassee police said. The driver stopped the ambulance and Clemons opened the rear door after a struggle with the EMT. He then started running down a street and attempted to break into a house on the 2600 block of Thomasville Road, police said. But he was shot by a homeowner that confronted him and Clemons died from the single gunshot wound, police said. The department has not announced any charges.