Ecstasy pill found in a four-year-old boy's hamburger wrapper

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Ecstasy pill found in a four-year-old boy's hamburger wrapper when his 11-year-old sister opened the hamburger from her brother’s meal. Three Sonic Drive-In employees have been arrested in the subject matter.
 
According to the police officials, boy’s parents brought the kid’s meal to the Taylor Police Station when they discovered the pill. The dutiful Police officers immediately tested the food and it contained ecstasy. Officers then approached drive-in fast-food restaurant employees to begin their investigation and arrested three Sonic Drive-In employees. 
 

Further reports state that 30-year-old Tanisha Dancer, Sonic Manager was arrested and at the Williamson County Jail, she was found with three Ecstasy pills. She was then charged with the Possession of a Controlled Substance.
 
35-year-old Jonathan Roberson, Sonic employee was also arrested for four warrants: 1) Theft by Check, 2) Invalid Driving License Invalid, 3) Driving While License Invalid, and 4) Bond Forfeiture out of Brownwood, Texas. 
 
22-year-old Jose Molina, Sonic employee was arrested and charged with marijuana possession.
 
The investigations are still on and the Taylor Police Department is reviewing this case for any other pending charges.

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