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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.

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The mother of the teenager who became notorious when he was excused from jail time on DUI charges based on the defense that he suffers from affluenza has been incarcerated on allegations that she violated the conditions of her bond release when she allegedly yielded a positive result on a court-ordered drug test.

Ethan Couch, a teenager who had been drinking and driving in 2013 resulting in four fatalities, was pardoned from serving a 20-year prison sentence and instead sentenced to rehab and 10-years’ probation for the charges, when his attorney explained that Couch did not realize he was acting irresponsibly due to a wealthy upbringing resulting in his psychological disconnection from the norms of the status quo; a condition also known as “affluence.”

In December 2015, after his trial, a man who resembles Ethan Couch was seen in a short video clip posted on social media where he appeared to be consuming alcohol. This was in violation of Couch’s parole order that he not partake in drinking, driving or drug use for 10-years.