Ecstasy pill found in child’s burger

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Drugs served up in a fast food Sonic burger has led to three arrests.

Police say an ecstasy pill was actually found in the wrapper around a burger meant for a 4-year-old boy. An 11-year-old sibling made the discovery.

Chief Henry Fluck, Taylor Police Department: “She actually asked her parents, ‘is this candy?’ of course when they came to the police department, they were very upset, and we understand why”.

Police went to the restaurant to investigate and ended up arresting three sonic employees, one worker for possession of marijuana; another for having four warrants out for his arrest, officers also took the manager, Tanisha Dancer, into custody for a felony theft warrant. 

At the jail police say one of the correctional officers searched Dancer and found three more ecstasy pills hidden in her clothing. 

Police say they’re still investigating how that pill got into the food wrapper. 

The police also say they do not believe there’s any safety risk to customers after these arrests.

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