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Manager At Bronx McDonald's Arrested For Selling Cocaine, Allegedly — BRUHNews

Manager At Bronx McDonald's Arrested For Selling Cocaine, Allegedly — BRUHNews”

In one transaction Guerrero allegedly sold police $6,250 worth of cocaine, selling a total of $10,900 to undercover officers in eight transactions.

That's exactly what McDonald's night manager Frank Guerrero, 26, was caught selling when authorities arrested him this week at the franchise he's worked at for eight years in the Bronx.

Frank Guerrero, 26, was collared after NYPD received a tip off and quickly sent an undercover cop to the fast food joint in the Bronx to invstigate.

"Guerrero's conduct was so blatant, it would be comical if he weren't committing a serious narcotics crime", Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan told the New York Daily News. Although restaurant customers are only able to order at the drive-through window during the night shift, Guerrero allegedly gave special treatment to his drug customers, unlocking the front door and inviting them into the restaurant.

Guerro worked at the Bronx McDonald's for about eight years before he was sacked following his night shift Wednesday when authorities found evidence through surveillance that the drug sales were going on for three months.

Guerrero sold eight lots of the drug to the officer, including £7,500 worth of cocaine and 100 grams of crack cocaine worth up to £5,500, according to ABC 7 NY. The undercover then sat at a booth and ate a McDonald's meal personally delivered by Guerrero.

It's hard to spend $10,900 at McDonald's - but it's easier if the restaurant is selling crack and cocaine in addition to McNuggets. Authorities say a search of Guerrero's home in the Pelham section recovered 200 grams of cocaine and approximately $5,300 cash.

McClatchy News Service reports, "Guerrero has been charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawfully dealing with a child".

McDonald's has made no comments so far about the incident. An employee revealed that the company taught them how to rip customers off their fries order and how they would create imaginary employees to blame all the mistakes on when speaking with customers.



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