Dunkin Worker Arrested After State Trooper Finds Thick Piece Of Mucus In His Coffee

Dunkin Worker Arrested After State Trooper Finds Thick Piece Of Mucus In His Coffee

A Garfield Ridge neighborhood Dunkin Donuts employee was arrested and accused of adding something more then sugar to a State Troopers coffee.

Investigators said that 25-year-old Vincent J. Sessler served a Illinois officer coffee who later found a thick piece of mucus inside his cup which was later confirmed to be saliva.

In a statement made by State Police they said due to the coffee being extra hot, the Trooper removed the lid from the top of his cup to cool it down.

It was then that the officer noticed the large, thick mucus of saliva floating inside his coffee cup.

Sessler was taken into custody by the ISP District Chicago Troopers and has been charged with Disorderly Conduct and Battery to a Peace Officer.