McDonald's manager sold drugs with fries and burgers: cops

A manager at a New York McDonald’s restaurant has been arrested after he was caught selling drugs to customers who got the goods with their meals, police officials said.

Frank Guerrero, 26, worked as a night shift manager at a McDonald’s on Bruckner Blvd. and Morrison Ave. in the Bronx for the last eight years.

During that time, Guerrero is accused of using his position as a cover to sell cocaine and crack cocaine, prosecutors said.

As part of “Operation Off the Menu,” police spent three months investigating Guerrero.

While the drive-thru portion of the eatery was open 24 hours, the restaurant would close late at night, but at that time, police say Guerrero would unlock the restaurant’s doors to make a sale.

Guerrero allegedly sold cocaine to an undercover officer eight times.

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In two instances, Guerrero hid cocaine inside a cookie bag that he handed over with two cheeseburgers, fries and a soda.

He handed the order to the undercover cop over the restaurant counter as other McDonald’s employees worked nearby, police said.

In another incident, Guerrero sold more than $6,500 worth of cocaine and crack cocaine to the officer in the McDonald’s bathroom, where he stashed the drugs inside a soap dispenser, authorities said.

Guerrero is accused of selling the undercover cop nearly $10,900 worth of drugs over the course of the investigation.

He was taken into custody Wednesday at McDonald’s.

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Officers there said they recovered bags identical to those he used to package cocaine from a shelf in the back of the restaurant.

At Guerrero’s home, police said they found 200 grams of cocaine and about $5,300 in cash.

The money was stashed inside a dresser in his 2-year-old son’s playroom.

The little boy was there when Guerrero's girlfriend, 24-year-old Leidy Cabral Castillo, was arrested.

Guerrero was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawfully dealing with a child.

Castillo was charged with criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawfully dealing with a child.

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