Skip to comments.Ecstasy found in kid's food wrapper leads to three arrests at Sonic Drive-In in Taylor
Posted on 12/08/2018 6:58:11 AM PST by bgill
An Ecstasy pill found in a childs hamburger wrapper lead to the arrest of three Sonic Drive-In employees. On Friday, a manager of the SONIC in Taylor is facing charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Delivery of a Controlled Substance, and Endangering a Child.According to the Taylor Police Department, the pill was discovered during a family outing to pick up dinner at the SONIC Drive-In located at 1700 N. Main. The 11-year-old daughter was opening the hamburger for her 4-year-old brother. It was a kids meal, said Henry Fluck, Chief of Police in Taylor. But within seconds, the girl saw something suspicious. When she opened the wrapping, she noticed a pill. Being an 11-year-old, she asked her parents if this was candy, said Chief Fluck. The parents brought the entire kids meal and the pill to the Taylor Police Department. Officers were quickly able to do a field test which determined the pill was MDMA or Ecstasy.
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These clowns already had rap sheets and should have been in prison.
Just keeping Austin weird(TM)
Putting ecstasy in a Happy Meal is attempted murder.
If it was deliberate.
How do you know it wasn’t the parents who set it up?
BECAUSE... some of us went to the trouble of reading the entire article.
Chief Fluck says during a search at the Williamson County Jail Dancer was found in possession of drugs.
She was found in possession of MDMA or Ecstasy, three pills, the same type, the same size, the same markings that were found inside the hamburger wrapping, said Chief Fluck.
IF you had a bunch of illegals DRUGS in your possession, wouldn't you be very careful about not losing them ?
I would be, but then again, I wouldn’t be bombed out of my mind on them, either!
Pretty sad when someone posts an article without reading it first.
An Ecstatic Meal....
Not to worry, there’s no shortage of things she can be charged with, from simple possession all the way up to attempted negligent homicide.
And who knows? The DA may even decide there is enough evidence to show intent (good luck proving that in court, if you can’t, she walks Scot-free) and charge her with attempted murder 1.
If I were Chief of Police, Henry Fluck, I would change my name.
Yeah. He should change it immediately to “Harry Fluck.”
Reminds me of the Akron airport in the 70s. The PA system was always announcing “Mr. Man. Mr. Harry Man to the white courtesy telephone, please.
Dirty Harry Fluck. Thats the ticket!
The article isn’t in script - everyone should be able to read it.
. .boy oh boy, the last thing in the world you want to do is go before a Williamson County, Texas jury on a charge of purveying ecstasy and endangering a child all in the same act.
Everybody around here hardly even wants to drive through Williamson County much less commit a crime. These people better plead out to life WITH parole if they can! They are in deep doo and facing serious jail time!
I would change my first name to the letter O.
Now we know whats going on with those guys in the Sonic ads.
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