Carl’s Jr. Employee Arrested After Placing Meth in Wrong Bag Order

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A Carl’s Jr. employee was arrested after a customer found a small bag of methamphetamine in their order.

Bryce Francis was charged with Possession Of A Controlled Substance when officers went to the location after the complaint.

Francis, who was allegedly dealing drugs through the drive-thru at his job, let the bag get into the wrong hands. The customer, who had received the baggie of meth, found it in their food order next to their hamburger and fries.

The customer complained to the manager and received a fresh order before they contacted police about the issue.

Officers arrived to the Carl’s Jr. in Skiatook, Oklahoma last Monday to conduct a quick investigation. Meth was found on Francis and he was arrested on the spot.

He was also charged with Distribution Of A Controlled Substance Within 2,000 Feet Of A School.

Francis is being held at the Osage County Jail on a $25,000 bail.



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