I don’t know how many instances like this I’ve heard about across the country. And every time I read one, I think “Thank goodness this isn’t happening anywhere near me.” People in Utah are generally supportive of police officers and we appreciate the work they do keeping us safe.
At least, that’s what I thought. But then I found out about this little tool from Layton, Utah, which is about an hour north of where I live. And I’m just like – What The Actual Eff, dude?
According to this, 18-year-old Tanis Lloyd Ukena was working the drive-thru of Subway when a uniformed police sergeant came through and ordered a sandwich and a drink. According to police reports, Ukena thought it would be amusing to spike the sergeant’s drink with methamphetamine and THC. Almost immediately after taking a drink, the sergeant realized that he’d been drugged and slowly made his way back to the police station. The sergeant ended up being taken to the hospital –
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