Three Sonic Drive-In workers in Texas were arrested after a young girl found an ecstasy tablet packaged inside her 4-year-old brother's hamburger.
According to KVUE, the 11-year-old was unwrapping a burger for her brother Thursday night, when she found a pill inside. The girl's family brought the meal to a police station in Taylor, Texas, where the pill tested positive for ecstasy.
During the course of their investigation, police arrested 22-year-old employee Jose Molina, 35-year-old employee Jonathan Roberson, and former manager Tanisha Dancer, 30.
KVUE reported that Molina was in possession of marijuana at the time of his arrest, Roberson was wanted on four outstanding warrants, and Dancer was wanted for a parole violation.
During a search as Dancer was being booked, police found three ecstasy pills, according to KVUE. She has been charged with possession of a controlled substance.
An investigation into the incident is ongoing.