Whopper, fries and Meth...
AST ELLIJAY, Ga -- A fast food restaurant employee was arrested last month for providing customers with more than just burgers and fries.
Courtney Suzanne Morgalo is accused of selling methamphetamine out of an East Ellijay Burger King. Police believe she also used meth while on the job.
According to a police report from the Gilmer County Sheriff's Office, Morgalo was selling the drug out of her car and through the Burger King's drive-thru window. Agents with the Zell Miller Drug Task Force visited the restaurant on Mar. 2 and searched Morgalo's car, where they recovered scales, plastic baggies and five grams of meth. They also found two unidentified prescription pills in Morgalo's pocket.
Morgalo was arrested and taken to the Gilmer County Detention Center. At the time, she was on probation for a different drug charge. She was charged with felony probation violation and drug possession with intent to distribute