Meth Ring Busted At Wendy's

Four fast-food workers were selling methamphetamine from a Wendy’s in Georgia, according to police who stormed the fast food joint and busted the employees on narcotics charges.

Investigators say that the Wendy’s employees sold meth both in the parking lot and inside the restaurant in Canton, a city about 40 miles north of Atlanta.

Members of a drug task force on June 22nd executed a search warrant at Wendy’s, and at the same time arrested the restaurant’s manager, a cook, and two other employees. The meth dealing, cops reports say, had been going on for several weeks.

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