Subway Employee Arrested after Lacing Cop’s Drink with Meth and THC

The eighteen-year-old young Subway who served the Layton Police sergeant his meal was cordial to the officer.  Little did the officer know that while he was waiting for his food and drink, Tanis Lloyd Ukena was drugging the lemonade with THC and meth.

As soon as the sergeant took off, he began drinking and noticed something didn’t taste right; though, by that time, the drugs were already kicking in.  He noticed, at a stop light, that he had a hard time getting his foot to move over to the brake pedal.

“The (sergeant) began feeling the effects of being drugged,” the report reads. “While approaching an intersection that had a red light, he had difficulty getting his foot to move to the brake pedal. (He) drove to the Layton Police Department, where he was observed to have signs of impairment. He was unable to process information and drifted off, and was unable to focus on questions being asked of him.”

The officers who went back to the Subway questioned Ukena, but he denied everything.  The police lab processed the drink and found it was indeed laced.

Ukena was arrested and charged with suspicion of felony surreptitious administration of a poisonous substance, though he continues to deny the accusations from his cell at Davis County jail.

Source: Minds





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