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Employee Allegedly Sold Drugs at Drive-Through

March 18, 2000

COVINA — A fast-food worker was arrested Thursday night for allegedly selling methamphetamine from the drive-through window of a Jack-In-The-Box restaurant on North Citrus Avenue.

Jennifer Dominguez, 23, who worked the graveyard shift, was arrested in her car with baggies of the stimulant, said Sheriff's Det. Jeff Bennett. He said she was apparently under the influence of a drug.

"She consented to a search of the house and they found more narcotics," Bennett said.

Information surfaced six months ago that an employee was allegedly selling the drugs to high school and college students, Bennett said.

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