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Cook Indicted for Putting Hair in Officer's Food
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Thursday, September 2, 2010  6:15 p.m.


Choosing a place to eat when in uniform can mean the difference between a good mean and this.  From the Courier Post:

EVESHAM A former cook at a Marlton restaurant has been indicted on multiple counts for allegedly placing body hair in a township officer's breakfast sandwich.

Ryan Burke, 27, of Stratford, was indicted on third-degree charges of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer and drug or food tampering, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office. Burke was also indicted for retaliation for past official action, a fourth-degree offense.

If convicted, Burke faces up to five years in prison for the third-degree charges. They stem from a Feb. 20 incident in which an Evesham officer claimed Burke placed body hair in his turkey, egg and cheese bagel.

Police believe the hair was in retaliation for traffic citations the same officer gave Burke in March 2009.



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