Two customers found pills in a chicken sandwich and a fish sandwich. Lulz.
Two “specialty” sandwiches at the Burger King near The Avenues mall contained something potentially more dangerous recently.
Woody Bernard Duclos, 20, of the 14000 block of Silver Glen Road was arrested Saturday on charges of poisoning food and possession of a controlled substance after two customers at the restaurant at 10142 Philips Highway found hydrocodone pills in their food Feb. 10, Jacksonville police said.
Fellow Burger King employee Bryant Keith Jones, 32, of the 7800 block of Hare Avenue also was arrested in the case on charges of possession of a controlled substance and accessory after the fact.
A 21-year-old Southside woman called police after she spit out a blue pill from the chicken sandwich she bought about 5:15 p.m. Feb. 10 at the fast food restaurant. The woman went to a local fire station to be checked out. About the same time, a 58-year-old Orange Park man opened a fish sandwich bought there and saw a blue pill inside.
Police learned both sandwiches had been made by Duclos. Jones is accused of selling three hydrocodone pills earlier to Duclos for $10. Duclos’ supervisor told police he had been recently suspended for misconduct.
During the investigation, the woman who had spit out the pill had a seizure and was checked out at a local hospital as a precaution, police said.
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