Oklahoma fast food worker arrested after bag of meth found in customer’s order: police

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An Oklahoma fast food worker has been arrested after a bag of drugs was found in a customer’s order, police said.

Bryce Francis was arrested by the Skiatook Police Department after a customer found a bag containing what officers later identified as methamphetamine in the food order, police said Tuesday.

Police said the incident happened on Monday June 20.

Bryce Francis was arrested by the Skiatook Police Department after a customer found a bag of crystal meth in a food order.
(Skiatake Police Department)

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“An individual placed an order at the restaurant and when he received his order, he found a small bag of drugs inside his bag,” the Skiatook Police Department said.

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“Officers were told the bag contained a crystalline substance inside which later tested positive for methamphetamine,” police added.

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Francis was later arrested and charged with distributing a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of the school and possessing a controlled substance.

Bryce Francis was arrested by the Skiatook Police Department after a customer found a bag of crystal meth in a food order.

Bryce Francis was arrested by the Skiatook Police Department after a customer found a bag of crystal meth in a food order.
(Skiatake Police Department)

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Skiatook police have encouraged residents to check their food “especially before consuming it or giving it to a child” every time they go out to eat.

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