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Manager at Bronx McDonald's Accused Of Selling Cocaine with Food Orders

Want fries with that coke?

According to the New York Daily News:

A manager at a Bronx McDonald’s was recently arrested for adding a little something extra in customers order: cocaine. 26-year-old Frank Guerrero was working at the McDonald’s on Bruckner Blvd in the Bronx for about eight years and during his time at the 24-hour location, he would unlock the doors in the middle of the night to sell drugs to customers.

Once the feds caught word of Guerrero’s activities, they placed about eight orders for larger quantities of drugs before arresting him on Wednesday morning (Oct 4). Guerrero would allegedly hide the drugs in a soap dispenser in the restaurant’s bathroom before his shifts started. From there, he would sell the drugs with burgers people ordered.

The prosecutors on the case noted that he sold drugs to undercover cops twice and put the drugs in a cookie bag. He reportedly sold one cop nearly $11,000 in cocaine. And after raiding his home, police claim to have found $5,300 in cash and 200 grams of cocaine.