Sonic employees arrested for lacing kid's meal with ecstasy

3 fast food employees arrested after ecstasy pill found in 4-year-old's kids meal

3 fast food employees arrested after ecstasy pill found in 4-year-old's kids meal

Police say an ecstasy pill was found in the wrapper around a burger that was meant for a 4-year-old boy.

It was discovered by the boy's 11 year-old sister last Thursday as she unwrapped the meal for him to eat. "Being an 11-year-old, she asked her parents if this was candy".

The child's quick-thinking parents packed up the entire meal and took it to the police station where a field test came back positive for ecstasy, according to KEYE.

Officers told the station that Dancer was found with more ecstasy on her person.

Former Sonic restaurant manager Tanisha Dancer was also arrested for possession of multiple ecstasy pills, as well as endangering a child.

The drug causes brain chemicals dopamine and serotonin to rise, making people feel giddy, emotional, and energised.

Dancer was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance, a state jail felony.

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Roberson was also arrested on outstanding warrants in Travis County, which include theft by check, driving while license invalid, and failure to appear in court.

Sonic employees Jose Molina, 22, was arrested for possessing Marijuana and Jonathan Roberson, 35, was arrested on multiple outstanding warrants.

Police said the investigation is ongoing, and additional charges may follow its conclusion, Fox News reported. No guests were injured.

A Sonic spokesman said: 'The franchisee takes guest safety and food safety very seriously.

The investigation is now ongoing, but the Taylor Police Department have assured locals they have no reason to believe there are any further health or safety risks at the Sonic restaurant.

'Local police are investigating this incident, and the franchisee is cooperating with police in their investigation'.

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