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The frustration of navigating interpersonal relationships in the workplace is a familiar struggle. Everything from peer mediation to passive-aggressive behavior (e.g. heavy sighs, sarcasm) are often employed to help ease tensions among staff when the workplace becomes unbearable. For Sonserea Evans, traditional routes towards making the workplace more tolerable were presumably not enough.

According to a police report from Dawsonville, Georgia, a 43-year-old Waffle House employee inconspicuously spiked her 37-year-old co-worker’s drink with meth during their shift this past December.

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Surveillance footage reviewed by police revealed Evans carrying victim Brian Mikeals’ drink into the restaurant’s bathroom, where authorities believe that Evans added the secret ingredient. After entering the bathroom, Evans emerged moments later with her co-worker’s drink in hand. Unaware of Evan’s actions, Mikeals downed his drink, which subsequently lead to serious medical complications and a coma which he thankfully survived.

Since the incident, Mikeals’ health has stabilized. Though he is still hospitalized and requires breathing assistance from a ventilator and depends on a feeding tube for nourishment. Meanwhile, Evans is currently being held in the Dawson County Jail for possession and aggravated battery.

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The police have yet to uncover Evans’ motivation for drugging her coworker, but it can be assumed that, whatever the reason, the atmosphere and dynamic between employees at the Dawsonville Waffle House will never be the same again.

[The Smoking Gun]

Waffle House server allegedly spikes coworker’s drink with meth

 

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