Details on an IL Restaurant Serving Cheese Sticks With a Side of Cocaine Wanting The Order Back When the Customer Complained

An Illinois restaurant is still closed and under investigation after a customer was served cocaine as a side order.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Broad Street Gyros was closed in November after a customer ordering cheese sticks noticed cocaine in her bag.

The department received a 911 call from a woman who said she’d “found narcotics in her food.” When he went to the house, the woman told him she’d just picked up her order from Broad Street Gyros but had received a phone call from a restaurant employee asking her to bring back an order of cheese sticks, Tharp said.

He said she also said there was another woman she’d never seen besides Demoff working that night and that woman told the customer they “were going to hook her up” with the order.

“The woman thought she was getting more food,” Strbjak said.

No criminal charges have been filed against restaurant owner Carrie Demhoff. A second woman working the night of the incident has been terminated.

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