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Bronx McDonalds Manager Has A Side Hustle Selling Cocaine Over The Counter During His Night Shift

Frank Guerrero managed a Micky D's in the Bronx and picked up the side hustle of slangin' way more than burgers and fries.

ABC News reported that Guerrero made eight sales over the counter to an undercover officer, and they were definitely supersized, totaling nearly $10,900. Right before the managers arrest he made a sale that was definitely not on the dollar menu! Selling 100 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine worth $6,520.

Via Hollywood Unlocked:

NYPD officers called the investigation “Operation Off The Menu”. it was revealed Guerrero sold drugs while working the night shift at McDonalds. The McDonalds operates for 24 hours, allowing Guerrero to conduct drug transactions. At night, only the drive-thru is accessible to customers but Guerrero would unlock the front door of the restaurant for his drug customers.

Guerrero used cookie bags to conceal the cocaine along with two cheese burgers, a soda, and french fries. Authorities arrived to Guerrero’s home in Pelham and discovered 200 grams of cocaine with $5,300 cash. The cash was found inside of a child’s room and a two-year-old was present during the investigation.  The child’s mother, Leidy Cabral Castillo,was arrested on charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawfully dealing with a child.

Guerrero was arrested on charges of criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawfully dealing with a child.