Female police officer gets job at Burger King and catches workers selling drugs

Burger King (illustration) 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A female police officer applied for a job at Burger King, after rumors spread about Burger King employees selling drugs.

Officer Nicole Fair got a job as a police officer in a close knit community in Thurmont, Maryland.

Since everyone knows each other in the community, the police sergeant decided to place the new “out of town” worker in the undercover mission.

Fair applied for a job at Burger King at 427 North Church Street. She listed all of her previous jobs, but she did not disclose her job as a police officer.

While working at Burger King for two months, the officer confirmed the rumors. She discovered that two employees brought drugs to work and they sold it outside in the parking lot.

Fair bought 5 grams of marijuana and two morphine pills from her coworkers before they were arrested.

23-year-old named Tommy Lee Miller of Thurmont, was charged with the possession and distribution of marijuana, while his colleague, Jonathan Brook Moser, 28, of Emmitsburg, was charged with the sale of both marijuana and morphine.