Police officer nearly crashes car at red light after Subway employee spiked his drink with drugs

Tanis Ukena 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A Subway employee was arrested after he was seen on video spiking the drink of a police officer.

A police officer of Utah, called for help when he began feeling sick after drinking lemonade that he ordered at a Subway restaurant.

The officer said that he was feeling impaired while driving his patrol car. Things took a turn for the worse when the officer struggled to find the brake pedal in order to stop while approaching a red light.

Police detectives took the cup with the drink and it was sent to a lab for testing. The test results were shocking.

Police said that the test found methamphetamine and THC in the drink. Officer then went to the restaurant on Highway 193 in Layton.

While reviewing surveillance video, they saw 18-year-old Tanis Ukena, tampering with the drink.

Police said that in the video, Ukena was seen filling the drink. He then walked away from the fountain machine out of the camera’s view.

He then returned to the drink and is seen spending what seems to be an unusual amount over it before handing it over to the officer.

Ukena was arrested on a charge of giving a poisonous substance to a uniformed officer.