EPPING, N.H. (AP) — Police say a Burger King manager and employee in New Hampshire have been arrested on drug charges after authorities were tipped off that drive-thru customers asked for “Nasty Boy” and extra crispy fries to get some marijuana with their meal.
NH1 reports Epping Police Chief Mike Wallace said 20-year-old Garrett Norris was arrested Saturday after police conducted a sting operation. Also arrested was 19-year-old Meagan Dearborn, the shift manager.READ MORE: Blizzard Warning For Potentially Historic Storm That's Likely To Bring More Than 2 Feet Of Snow
Wallace said drive-thru buyers would ask for “Nasty Boy,” then for extra crispy fries.READ MORE: To Do List: Skiing At Bretton Woods, Boston Wine And Food Festival, Frost Fit
Wallace said the drugs weren’t put in the food; they were sold in a separate container. He said the operation didn’t involve the franchise owners.MORE NEWS: Woman Arrested In South Shore Plaza Murder, Shooter Remains At-Large
Norris and Dearborn are scheduled for arraignment Feb. 28. It wasn’t immediately known if they had lawyers and phone numbers couldn’t be found for them.