A woman who works in a grocery store delicatessen has been arrested for allegedly using methamphetamine as an added ingredient to the bean dip she prepared while on duty.
In July, 38-year-old Cassandra Medina-Hernandez began working at the Jefferson, Oregon, Thriftway grocery store. When asked about her performance on the job, her managers said that Medina-Hernandez had proven herself to be an efficient member of their team.
On September 9, Medina-Hernandez was working in the deli and preparing bean dip when one of her coworkers entered seeking food to eat on her break. The woman asked Medina-Hernandez if she could have a sample of the dip and she enjoyed it so much that she inquired about taking a portion home with her.