Two Burger King Employees Arrested For Selling Weed From Drive-Thru Window
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Something tells me that Bill Walton would have sure loved getting food at this Burger King in New Hampshire.
While I already know that the majority of people that work at fast food joints are either high when they come into work or get high while on the job, because lord knows they never get my order right. But it takes some real guts to sell some drugs while you’re working, and to do it from the drive-thru window, but that is exactly what two Burger King employees did.
It was discovered that the two employees, 20-year-old Garrett Norris and 19-year-old Meagen Dearborn (who happened to be the assistant shift manager) were selling weed through the drive-thru window at the Burger King in Epping. People would simply drive up and ask if “Nasty Boy” was working (that’s Norris), and if Norris was working they would place an order for “extra crispy” french fries. Yep, that was the code word: “extra crispy.”
And this is what Norris would do for his “clients:” Norris would put an amount of marijuana in a Burger King coffee cup separate from the french fries and food order. Not very sleek or high-tech, but it worked for a while. Norris was also found in possession of marijuana stored in his personal property inside the Burger King, according to police.
Norris was charged with sale of a controlled drug and possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute.
And don’t forget about Dearborn who was also arrested after being charged with conspiracy to distribute drugs and illegal possession of alcohol. Well, it was fun while it lasted.
The pair were both released on $2,500 bail and have arraignments scheduled on February 22nd. Now here’s hoping they wear their weed pants.
Via Seacoast Online