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An worker at a fast-food restaurant in Oklahoma was arrested after a bag of medication was present in a buyer’s order, police stated.
Bryce Francis was detained by the Skiatook Police Division after a buyer discovered a bag of what officers later recognized as meth within the meals order, the police introduced Tuesday.
Police stated the incident occurred on Monday, June 20.
“A person made an order on the restaurant and after they acquired their order, they discovered a small dishevelled of medication inside their bag,” the Skiatook Police Division stated.
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“Officers discovered that the dishevelled had a crystalline substance within it that later field-tested constructive for methamphetamine,” the police added.
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Francis was subsequently arrested and charged with distribution of a managed substance inside 2,000 ft of faculty and possession of a managed substance.
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Skiatook police inspired residents to verify their meals “particularly earlier than consuming it or handing it to a baby” every time they exit to eat.