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Dunkin' Donuts employee sells meth, heroin through drive thru

Posted at 6:52 PM, Nov 06, 2017

A Philadelphia-area Dunkin' Donuts employee is accused of selling meth and heroin while in uniform, even sometimes using the store's drive-thru window for illegal activity, CBS Philadelphia reported

The Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office claims 35-year-old Nathan Wade Pizzardi was seen selling illegal drugs while on duty. Investigators told CBS Philadelphia that he was spotted in August and September selling heroin and meth. 

Law enforcement claims that Pizzardi would sell the drugs using the store's drive through, or sometimes would make transactions in the parking lot, while in uniform. 

Pizzardi has been charged with a pair of felony drug offenses, and is facing an $80,000 bond.