Subway Employee In Jail After Dosing Police Officer's Drink With Meth and THC
Subway, “Eat Meth?”
An employee with the national sandwich chain Subway is in some serious trouble with the law after he allegedly slipped a dose of methamphetamine and THC into the beverage of a local law enforcement officer, sending the cop on high-speed ride to the hospital.
It all began on Monday afternoon when a sergeant with the Layton Police Department in Utah rolled through the drive-thru at a local Subway restaurant to grab some lunch. Inside the store, 18-year-old Tanis Lloyd Ukena was responsible for putting together the officer’s order. But rather than simply completing the transaction, the teen decided it would be a clown shoe riot to lace the officer’s drink with some mind and body-altering substances.
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For those ‘heads old enough to remember the anti-drug campaigns of the mid-’80s—back in a time when Saturday morning cartoons were plagued by propaganda service announcements—it is hard to imagine turning on the television back then without being bombarded by the vision of an egg frying in a pan with some actor suggesting that “this is your brain on drugs.”
The commercial, which was produced for the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, was highly successful in the way that it achieved its ultimate goal: to scare millions of parents and kids across the nation into thinking that all mind-altering substances were dangerous.
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