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Cops: Subway Worker Didn't Drug Officer

An 18-year-old Subway employee has been cleared of charges two months after he was accused of drugging a police officer's drink. Tanis Ukena was arrested Aug. 8 in Layton, Utah, after a uniformed police officer who'd consumed part of a Subway drink and sandwich reported feeling intoxicated. Ukena tells KSL...
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