Subway Employee POISONS a Police Officer

I stopped eating at Subway years ago. And I stopped before I learned that Jared was molesting children.

Nope. I learned long before that Subway’s customer service sucked. And apparently it still does.

A Subway employee in Utah was caught on camera poisoning a police officer’s sandwich. At least now I know why so many black athletes are now hawking their sandwiches.

KSL News reported that 18-year-old Tanis Lloyd Ukena is the culprit. She is seen on video surveillance prepping a Layton police sergeant’s drink.

“In the video, [Ukena] is seen filling the drink portion of the order at the drive-up fountain area,” a Davis County Jail report stated. “For some unknown reason, he walks away from the fountain machine out of camera view. He then returns to the drink where he is seen spending what seems to be an unusual amount of time getting it ready to deliver to the sergeant.”

As it turns out, Ukena spiked the officer’s drink with methamphetamine and THC.

The report read:

“The [sergeant] began feeling the effects of being drugged. While approaching an intersection that had a red light, he had difficulty getting his foot to move to the brake pedal. [He] drove to the Layton Police Department, where he was observed to have signs of impairment. He was unable to process information and drifted off, and was unable to focus on questions being asked of him.”

In case you wonder what the impact of Leftism is, this story showcases the outcome better than most.

Does anybody think this punk would have poisoned a police officer without Leftist influence? Keep in mind that these are the people who blame gun manufacturers for violent crime, and not the criminals.

Most Americans grew up respecting the police. But we now have a couple of generations of Americans who not only don’t respect police, but who are willing to do them harm.

Undoubtedly, this teen targeted the officer who was in uniform. If you’re wondering if other officers have been treated the same. The police say no.

“I know that the community here in Utah is overwhelmingly supportive of law enforcement, and we’ve experienced that over the last couple of months … I think this is a very isolated incident,” Layton Police Sergeant Clint Bobrowski said.

Bobrowski described the sergeant’s condition:

“He would have thoughts, but his body wouldn’t react to it,” Bobrowski explained. “So if he was trying to move his arm, his arm wouldn’t move when he thought it should. He was having a hard time maintaining his focus. He was having a hard time maintaining his body. His body was jerking. And for a trained police officer watching him, it was everything I’ve seen in people who abuse illegal narcotics.”

Luckily, the officer has been released from the hospital, recovering at home. He’s fine and is expected to return to work soon.

As for the perp, he denies committing the crime. But the drink was tested and the meth and THC didn’t get there by themselves.

Ukena told police he did take the sergeant’s order, but “denied putting anything into the officer’s drink. But the camera doesn’t lie.

Subway and its pro-athletes

At least now we know why Subway features mostly black athletes in its commercials. The ethnocentric racists like Stephen Curry make perfect spokespersons.



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