After police saw a man passed out while waiting in a Fullerton McDonald’s drive-thru, officers found and seized 96 grams of methamphetamine in his possession early Saturday.
Officers spotted the man passed out while behind the wheel of the vehicle at about 2:34 a.m., police said in an Instagram post. They discovered the 96 grams of methamphetamine inside the glove compartment.
There were also a number of items indicating the man was going to sell the meth, according to police.
Police did not give any details about the man’s possible arrest in the post.
The McDonald’s where the incident occurred is located in the 100 block of East Chapman Avenue. No further information has been released by police.
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This morning, at approximately 2:34 AM, FPD Officers contacted a male that was passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle while waiting in the drive-thru at McDonald's, 119 E. Chapman Ave. During a search of the male's vehicle, officers located 96 grams of methamphetamine inside the glove compartment. Officers also located numerous items indicating that the male possessed the methamphetamine for sale. #AlmostAQuarterPounder #NoCokeInThisDriveThruJustMeth #SuperSizeArrest