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Burger King Employees Arrested for Selling Marijuana at Drive-Thru

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Customers ordering “extra crispy” fries would get a side of marijuana

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Two Burger King employees were arrested for selling marijuana from the drive-thru under the code phrase, "extra crispy."

A drive-thru marijuana dispensary might seem like a dream to some people, but a pair of Burger King employees was arrested this week for making it a reality in New Hampshire.

According to KTLA News, the two employees at a New Hampshire Burger King were allegedly dealing marijuana through their restaurant’s drive-thru window. If Norris was on duty, the customers would reportedly ask for “fries extra crispy” with their food orders. “Fries extra crispy” was code for marijuana, which would be hidden in a coffee cup and delivered through the drive-thru window with the customer’s food.

Police say they had received numerous tips that someone was dealing drugs through the Burger King, and they arrested Norris after conducting an undercover investigation. Shift manager Meagan Dearborn was also arrested in connection with the marijuana dealing, though she reportedly maintains that she did not know what was going on.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


SUBSCRIBE NOW Daily News

EPPING, N.H. — Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window.

Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, The New Hampshire Union Leader reported.

Police received multiple tips that drugs were being sold at the fast food restaurant. Customers would allegedly pull up to the drive-thru window and ask for “nasty boy,” Norris’ nickname. When the employee said yes, the customer would ask for an order of “fries extra crispy” — code words for marijuana — with their meal.

The customers would pay for the drugs at the window and receive it in a coffee cup that was included with the order, police said. The marijuana was not put in the food.

Norris was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, Union Leader reported.

Dearborn, the shift manager, was charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug and unlawful possession of alcohol. Police believe Dearborn was working with Norris to sell the drugs, although she has denied any involvement. She was also found with alcohol at the time, according to The Union Leader.


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