Rio Rancho Observer, NM
First it was what was coming out of their noses; now it's what is going in.
Police arrested a Rio Rancho man last week for selling cocaine and marijuana out of the Burger King near NM 528 and Corrales Road - the same restaurant where another employee was charged after putting mucus on a police officer's hamburger.
Anthony G. Maysonet III, 19, who police identified as the manager for that location, was charged with trafficking cocaine, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and six counts of possession of drug paraphernalia after admitting to Department of Public Safety officers that he used and sold narcotics at the restaurant.
In March 2004, police arrested Marcus Calderon, then 19, for assault on a police officer and adulteration of food after the Calderon served DPS officer Adam Crosby a hamburger containing a "mucus-type substance," DPS spokesman John Francis said at the time.