Police arrest Oklahoma Fast Food Worker after a customer finds a bag of meth in his order:

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An Oklahoma fast-food employee has been arrested after a customer found a baggie of crystal meth in his burger order, police said. 

Bryce Francis was arrested and charged with distribution of a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of a school or park and possession of a controlled substance, according to online records. 

According to authorities, Francis sold drugs in this case from a Carl’s Jr. Drive-Thru window in Skiatook about 20 miles away from Tulsa.

According to online records, Francis was given a plea of guilty during a video arraignment on Tuesday. Francis is currently being held in Osage County Jail without bail of $25,000 His next hearing will be June 30.

Police arrived at the restaurant Monday following a call by a customer to report that he discovered a packet containing an unknown substance. “crystalline substance”Authorities stated that the order was contained in his Carl’s Jr. Bag, along with a side of fries, a burger and some other items.

According to authorities, the customer informed the manager of the restaurant, who took a photograph of the order and the package and turned it over to the police.

Authorities said that officers seized the four-gram package from the restaurant and made the arrest. Police say a field test that was conducted at the scene showed positive results for methamphetamine.

Francis admitted to police that he had mistakenly placed the packet inside the wrong bag. 

“We would also like to add … if you are the person that was SUPPOSE to receive this order, it is waiting for you at the Skiatook Police Department. Just swing on by!”In a Facebook posting, the department stated that they were pleased with the results.