In mid-August, I wrote a post about the arrest of an 18-year-old, employee of a Subway restaurant by the Layton, Utah Police Department for spiking the beverage of a law enforcement officer with meth and THC.
The youth, Tanis Ukena was charged with suspicion of Surreptitious Administering of Poisonous Substance, second-degree felony after the police officer who had just gone through Subway’s driver-thru began to feel drugged after taking a several sips of a drink prepared by Ukena.
TANIS UKENA EXONERATED.
FINALLY, last week, Layton Police announced that the toxicology test “came back negative for illegal substances,” and as a result, the second-degree felony charge against Tanis Ukena were dropped.
When the incident occurred in August, Ukena along with his co-workers fully cooperated with Layton Police who decided to press charges based on claims by law enforcement that they witnessed Ukena on video placing something into the drink….