Deli employee is arrested after she put METH in a bean dip that was eaten by a colleague and made her high
- Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, 38, is faced with charges that recklessly involve danger and cause another person to take controlled substance
- Thriftway employee was reportedly offered some beans dip with meth
- The colleague took it home for lunch and got sick when she returned, went to the hospital, where tested meth in her system showed
- Medina-Hernandez has its next legal appearance on October 3. Her bail was set at $ 500,000
- The police say that another employee has been told that Medina-Hernandez has admitted to having peaked
- It seems that no customer has come into contact with a polluted dip
A woman from Oregon is suspended because of her accusation of placing methamphetamine in a bean dip that was eaten by a colleague.
Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, 38, is faced with multiple loads, including the delivery of meth, reckless danger and causing another person to take a controlled substance.
The police started their investigation on 9 September.
Judicial documents indicate that a Thriftway employee stores the sandwich shop to get some food for her lunch break. The employee claims that Medina-Hernandez, who works in the sandwich shop, tried to give her some of the bean dip she was making, according to the likely cause statement.
Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, 38, is accused of lacing a bean dip with meth and sending a co-work to the hospital
The store where Cassandra Medina-Hernandez allegedly shared the boondip mixed with meth with a colleague. She was arrested with a bail of $ 500,000
Mug shot for Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, accused of serving bean dip with meth to her colleague in Oregon
First judicial appearance for Cassandra Medina-Hernandez, who is charged with sharing a bone dip with meth to a colleague in the supermarket
The woman enjoyed the dip so much that she could take it home for her lunch break. This time, however, the woman said it tasted strange. Back at work she felt something not right. The victim told the police that & # 39; I felt weird, as if I wasn't stable and my stomach was upset. & # 39;
The woman, 27 went to the hospital, and there tests showed that the meth was in her system, and told the officer that she had never tried methamphetamine.
Law enforcement made the arrest after interviewing multiple employees and watching surveillance videos & # 39; s, KOIN TV said.
Detectives say another Thriftway employee said delegates admitted Medina-Hernandez that they had put meth in the bean dip, KOIN reported. Delegates believe that at least one other employee has eaten the dip from the same court that is suspected of being infected. They do not believe that no customers came in contact with the dip.
Retailers say that she has been working at the Thriftway since July and is a reliable employee.
Authorities set the Medina-Hernandez bail at $ 500,000.
She has to go back to court on October 3.
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