A toddler in Texas was bought a child’s meal containing an ecstasy tablet
An ecstasy tablet was found contained in the wrapper of a hamburger bought as a part of a child’s meal on the Sonic Drive-In quick meals restaurant in Taylor, Texas final Friday, December 7.
Three workers had been arrested after the police had been alerted by the mother and father of the 11-year-old little one who discovered the tablet.
Taylor police chief Henry Fluck mentioned: “The 11-year-old daughter was opening the hamburger for her Four-year-old brother. It was a child’s meal.
“When she opened the wrapping, she observed a tablet. Being an 11-year-old, she requested her mother and father if this was sweet.”
The mother and father took the meal to the native police division the place an onsite check was performed on the tablet which confirmed it was an ecstasy pill.
Police then went to the Sonic restaurant and made three arrests, together with 30-year-old supervisor Tanisha Dancer, who was needed on an impressive warrant for a larceny parole violation.
She was discovered to be in possession of three an identical ecstasy drugs to the pill discovered inside the child’s meal and cost with possession of a managed substance, supply of a managed substance and endangering a toddler.
A company spokesperson for Sonic launched a press release, saying: “The franchisee takes visitor security and meals security very severely. Local police are investigating this incident, and the franchisee is cooperating with police of their investigation.”
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