• Police: Headset-wearing Dunkin' worker sold drugs on job


    DENVER, Pa. - Police say a Pennsylvania Dunkin' Donuts worker sold methamphetamine and heroin on the job, in some cases while wearing his drive-thru window headset.

    Pennlive.com reports that 35-year-old Nathan Pizzardi of Denver, Lancaster County, faces felony drug counts.


    Police say Pizzardi would leave the store and make sales in the parking lot or at a nearby convenience store. They say he sold the drugs while wearing his Dunkin' Donuts uniform and headset.

    Pizzardi is jailed on $80,000 bail. Court documents don't list an attorney who could comment on his behalf.


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