Cop Passes Out While Eating Lunch At Subway, Then Wakes Up To His Worst Nightmare After It’s Too Late

If you thought slipping a booger or pubic hair on a burnt hockey puck hamburger was bad, then this takes fast-food follies to a horrible criminal level that could’ve resulted in very bad things.

A normal shift at any job includes a lunch break. Sometimes you’re so overworked, or up all night with a crying baby, that you might doze off during your lunch break. That proved to be a horrible mistake for a policeman eating at a Subway.

A police sergeant ordered via drive-thru at a Layton Subway and the lemonade he received wasn’t exactly the way he ordered it. His lemonade literally hospitalized him and nearly caused a horrible accident on the road. Sure, there’s probably enough sugar in a drink to spike issues in your body, but that’s nothing compared to the effects of being poisoned with METH and THC. Lemonade with a side order of Meth and THC is enough to cause problems on the road for anyone who’s consuming that after rolling through the drive-thru. And that’s exactly what happened for the police sergeant who drank his drugged drink.

As he pulled to a red light, he was unable to properly move his foot to the brake pedal, fearing for his life as he approached a red light that might potentially run and cause a disastrous accident as a result of being impaired by two drugs. Luckily, that didn’t happen. The sergeant made it to the station where he was observed being extremely odd and out of character, barely able to speak a comprehensible sentence. That’s when his teammates delivered him to the hospital for further evaluation. It was claimed that people ran tests and discovered the drugs in the drink.

After further investigation, they’ve tried to state that an 18-year-old is the likely culprit in the case of the drugged lemonade. They also believe that the victim was targeted for being a police officer.

LAYTON — A Subway employee deliberately put illegal drugs into a Layton police sergeant’s drink Monday, causing the man to be hospitalized, investigators say.

Tanis Lloyd Ukena, 18, was arrested Monday evening and booked into the Davis County Jail for investigation of surreptitious administration of a substance, a second-degree felony.

Ukena allegedly placed methamphetamine and THC, the active ingredient of marijuana, into the sergeant’s cup during a drive-thru transaction around 12:20 p.m. Monday. Surveillance video from the Subway, 1142 E. state Route 193, shows the incident unfold, according to a Davis County Jail report.

“In the video, (Ukena) is seen filling the drink portion of the order at the drive-up fountain area,” the report states. “For some unknown reason, he walks away from the fountain machine out of camera view. He then returns to the drink where he is seen spending what seems to be an unusual amount of time getting it ready to deliver to the sergeant.”

It doesn’t take long to pour a fast food drink and no one really stops in the middle of pouring. They pour it, place the lid on, grab the straw, and proceed with the delivery of the product to the consumer. This is not a procedure that requires you to stop halfway through pouring a lemonade and making a sandwich. Not to mention, the drink is probably the last item to be made, after the sandwich has been crafted and wrapped like a present in that Subway wrapper and placed in the long bag with a single napkin.

Ukena was booked and charged with various crimes, but now comes the twist. A completely unexpected twist that you wouldn’t have guessed if we asked you to.

Tanis Ukena

Ukena was found to actually NOT have poisoned anyone. In fact, after a more in-depth test on the lemonade, performed by the state crime lab revealed that there was absolutely no contaminates in the drink. Nothing. None at all. Further testing on the sergeant revealed that he also had nothing medically wrong with him nor drugs in his system.

As it turns out, Ukena was completely innocent and framed by a police sergeant. This is a time where the police end up being the criminal. This is NOT how our police are supposed to be. Our cops are the best in the world and we need all of them to stand behind their badge with honor and courage. It’s sad to write about a sergeant doing something terrible to a teenager, but it makes me wonder what the motive was. Why did the sergeant target this boy? Did he target the boy on purpose?

Tanis Ukena, 18, speaks during a press conference

State crime lab personnel initially told investigators there was a “presence of a foreign substance in the officer’s drink,” according to a news release from Layton police. However, further testing meant to confirm the results did not find any contaminates in the officer’s drink, the statement says.

“The police used a cheap test that showed methamphetamine and THC in the drink,” Richards said. “The officer’s symptoms did not correlate with the drugs, and that should have raised some red flags.”

According to the release, the officer went through three urine and blood tests that indicated there were no drugs in his system. Furthermore, exams ruled out anything was medically wrong with the officer.

Clearly the police need a better test. How are they running cheap tests to determine the outcome of someone’s life? Give those officers better tests that provide more accurate and real results.

I’m as pro-cop as they come, but when a sergeant pulls this nonsense, then they need to go. Fired. Bye. Adios. The sergeant is giving the good cops a bad reputation and our good, hard working, kick-ass police officers deserve nothing but the best. They are the toughest people in our country, dealing with the most scummy of lifeforms. Our cops have high standards and we need them all on the same page.

This person could have ruined that 18-year-old’s life, but now they’ve simply tarnished the reputation of all officers in their district.

Besides putting the livelihood of a teenager at risk, the sergeant completely disrespected every officer in this country by doing this scheme.

If there’s some deep, dark, secret looming in the wood-works that we don’t know, and the cop had a really good reason to do this to the teen (something dark and personal, of course) – then I would love to hear about it.

Can you figure out what really happened?

Is there more to this harrowing story about a cop pretending to be poisoned?

What’s the true motive behind the actions?

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