New Hampshire Burger King Employees Sold Weed to Customers Who Asked for “Extra Crispy” Fries
Turns out cops can order their fries well done, too.
Published on January 30, 2017

Weed dealers have gone to some extreme lengths to load off a couple eighths. Some hand out business cards, others get packs off through the dark web, and until last weekend, at least two New Hampshire fast food workers were slinging trees from a Burger King drive-thru.

According to Munchies, Garrett Norris, 20, and Meagan Dearborn, 19 were pulled from behind the counter at the Epping, New Hampshire Burger King and arrested for possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute a controlled drug.

The arrest was the result of a joint task force sting operation that took three - yes three - separate agencies to bust the two masterminds. The Epping Police Department, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department, and the Rockingham County Attorney combined to crack Norris and Dearborn’s code, that consisted of rolling through the drive-thru, asking for “Nasty Boy” (Norris’ code name), and request their fries cooked “extra crispy.”

Norris would then hand the customer their food along with some greenery, and take the cash right through the Burger King window.

 “We always heard rumors that employees were selling illicit drugs through some fast food restaurants. It was never substantiated until Saturday night,” said Epping Police Chief Mike Wallace.

We’re guessing that Nasty Boy and his partner in crime won’t be serving burgers and fries at Burger King anytime soon. But who knows, there’s always McDonald’s…

Zach Harris
Zach Harris is a writer based in Philadelphia whose work has appeared on Noisey, First We Feast, and Jenkem Magazine. You can find him on Twitter @10000youtubes complaining about NBA referees.
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