A 38 12 months previous Oregon lady has been arrested after she allegedly put meth in a bean dip eaten by co-workers.
Cassandra Medina-Hernandez of Albany is a employee at a grocery retailer in Marion County, Oregon, in keeping with The Oregonian. She was arrested on Wednesday.
Medina-Hernandez, pictured beneath, now faces costs that embody inflicting one other individual to ingest a managed substance, recklessly endangering one other individual and illegal supply of methamphetamine.
Two co-workers ate from the bean dip she allegedly spiked with meth, in keeping with a possible trigger affidavit seen by The Oregonian and Cleveland 19 News. One of the colleagues was hospitalized because of this.
Medina-Hernandez additionally reportedly ate from the meth-laced bean dip she has been accused of spiking.
The grocery employee’s preliminary bail was set at $500,000 and he or she is because of seem in courtroom on October 9 following her arrest on September 25, in keeping with inmate data on the Marion County Sheriff’s Office web site.
Cleveland 19 News experiences that Medina-Hernandez was a employee at Thriftway however is now suspended from the function.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon informed The Oregonian that there was “no reason to believe” prospects of the shop have been affected by meth-spiked bean dips.
Medina-Hernandez’s arrest is available in the identical week an Air Force Master Sergeant was detained for allegedly promoting meth, cocaine and weapons.
39 12 months previous Michael Reimers was arrested by officers on Tuesday on costs of distributing managed substances and promoting firearms and not using a license.
Reimers, a Las Vegas resident, is alleged to have bought a number of grams of meth and cocaine between July and September of this 12 months. The indictment in opposition to Reimers issued by a grand jury additionally claims he bought a 7.62 mm caliber AK-47, a 12 gauge shotgun and a .25 caliber handgun.
The Air Force Master Sergeant is on lively responsibility and assigned to the 99th Communications Squadron at Nellis Air Force, Nevada.
Another man from Maryland spent nearly three months behind bars after airport safety mistook jars of honey he possessed for liquid meth.
Customs and Border Protection workers searched Leon Haughton’s bag at Baltimore Washington Airport when he arrived from Jamaica on December 29 final 12 months and found three honey jars, which the officers claimed examined constructive for methamphetamine.
Haughton was arrested on costs together with possession with intent to distribute a managed substance and was held on the Anne Arundel County Detention Center. But he was launched and all costs have been dropped after one other lab check confirmed there was “no controlled dangerous substance” within the honey.