LEOMINSTER -- Acton man was arrested Sunday morning when he was found passed out in his car with police equipment, uniforms and pepper spray, said Sgt. Andrew Dupuis.

"He was high on this new synthetic marijuana drug they are all on. It's called Scoobie Doo," Dupuis said.

A resident called police to report that Larry Visco, 57, of 128 Parker St., Acton, was passed out in a four-door silver Honda Accord at Route 117 and Willard Street.

"He was passed out behind the wheel, and when they got there they saw a bunch of police equipment in his car," Dupuis said.

Visco was arrested at 8:56 a.m.

Officers found a couple of stun guns, pepper spray, blue emergency lights mounted on a visor, and red-and-white lights mounted in the rear window, as well as police uniforms.

Dupuis called in state police to help investigate.

He was reaching out to area police departments to ask whether there have been other reports of Visco carrying police equipment.

Visco was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, having red and blue lights in the motor vehicle, possession of pepper spray without a firearm identification card, and two counts possession of an electric stun gun.

He was scheduled to be arraigned in Leominster District Court Monday.