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A California woman was recently charged with an unthinkable crime. The 50-year-old female allegedly left poisoned bottles ...
of orange juice at a Starbucks shop in San Jose.
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A woman is arrested for placing tainted bottles of juice in a Starbucks cooler. A California woman was recently charged with an unthinkable crime. The 50-year-old female allegedly left poisoned bottles of orange juice at a Starbucks shop in San Jose.She reportedly placed the tainted containers in a refrigerated case. Fortunately, an alert customer witnessed the woman pull the bottles out of her bag and put them in the cooler. Starbucks employees removed all of the beverages from the case as a precaution and the store was evacuated. Firefighters determined the planted bottles contained a lethal dose of rubbing alcohol. The customer also noted the female suspect’s license plate number, and after tracking it to her house, police arrested and charged her with attempted murder.In December of 2012, a mother in the UK opened up a store bought loaf of bread while making a sandwich for her son and discovered a needle, covered in blood, lodged in the package. Using DNA, police tracked down 61-year-old, David Rodgers, who claimed he kept the needle in his pocket for two days after using it for a heroin fix.Prosecutors believed he hid the evidence in the bread because he didn't want his wife to know he was back on the drug.