The police in Skiatook advised residents to perform a safety check on their food before consuming it or feeding it to their children.
After detecting a bag of cocaine hidden inside a customer’s order, Oklahoma law enforcement officials said they were able to apprehend an employee of a fast-food establishment.
According to a statement released by the Skiatook Police Department, Bryce Francis was taken into custody on Tuesday when a customer discovered a bag of what authorities later confirmed to be methamphetamine concealed within the client’s lunch order.
According to the reports of the police, the incident took place on Monday, June 20.
The Skiatook Police Department received a report that stated, “A little bag of cocaine was found inside an individual’s bag after they placed an order at the restaurant.”