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Officer Served Tainted Food

DoorDash Driver Could Face Charges for Tainting Officer's Food

In the video, the DoorDash delivery man can be seen sticking a note inside a Chipotle container with his bare hands, contaminating the meal. The note read "Hope that ---- taste good," giving the impression that the food might have been tampered with in other ways as well.

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Donut Shop Employee Arrested for Spitting in Officer's Coffee

Vincent Sessler now faces charges of Disorderly Conduct, Reckless Conduct, and Battery to a Peace Officer.

NJ Starbucks Worker Charged with Spitting in Officers' Drink

Trejo is charged with subjecting a law enforcement officer to contact with bodily fluid, tampering with a cup of coffee knowing it was purchased by a law enforcement officer and creating a hazardous environment.

Fast Food Restaurant Employee Accused of Tampering with Officer's Food

A woman has been charged with one felony count of tampering with food after it was reported that she had tampered with food being prepared for an officer with the Bakersfield Police Department.

FL Restaurant Workers Arrested for Spitting in Deputies' Food

According to a news release, an anonymous person notified the restaurant owners about the incident. The owner of the restaurant viewed the video footage of the incident, fired the three workers and contacted the Okeechobee City Police Department.

Kansas McDonald's Employee Accused of Putting Cleaner in Deputy's Drink

According to Fox News, 22-year-old Trevor Hockaday has been charged with one count of aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer for the incident on September 12, 2018.

Alabama Officer Finds Metal Bolt in Arby’s Sandwich

A uniformed Birmingham, AL, police sergeant bit into a 1-inch bolt in his Classic Roast Beef sandwich last Thursday while eating at a local Arby’s restaurant last week.

Video: Oklahoma Officer Suing Taco Bell, Claims Tainted Meal Caused Severe Burns

"The problem is the pepper that was put on there was to an extent that it caused severe burning and blistering in his mouth," said Brian Dell, Byrne's attorney.

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