Imagine your waiter comes up to you and you realize that the individual is "high", what world you do?
Well in Brooklyn, this past week, a highly rated Brooklyn restaurant owner was arrested for attempting to give his staff a popular club drug whose street association name is "Molly ". The arrest of the 2012 "one of the best restaurants in the city" review business owner is apart of a Molly sting in an attempt to crack down on the distribution of the drug across the city.
The owner, whose name is Carl McCoy, partook in a federal investigation to take down the seller behind this horrible transaction. According to affidavits from Homeland Security, McCoy agreed to receive drugs for a known dealer for $1,000 per package. McCoy set up a meet with the alleged drug dealer whose name is Omar Calixto Herrera, who showed up to collect the drugs with his wife and daughter. Both men were arrested on the spot. McCoy made bail, which was set at $25,000, while Herrera sits in Metropolitan Detention Center after not being able to meet the set bail amounts.