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Starbucks employee admits spitting in cops’ coffees and had even boasted about it, police chief says

Starbucks worker admits spitting in cops’ coffees and had even boasted about it, police chief says


A STARBUCKS employee admitted spitting in cops’ coffees and had even boasted about it, in line with a police chief.

Kevin Trejo, 21, was charged with subjecting a regulation enforcement officer to contact with a bodily fluid, tampering with a cup of espresso realizing it was ordered by an officer and making a hazardous situation on Monday.

Kevin Trejo was arrested on Monday
Park Ridge Police

The barista was “boastful sufficient to be bragging about it” and his actions have been “very disturbing,” Chief Joseph Madden instructed NJ.com on Tuesday.

Madden additionally instructed the outlet that Starbucks cooperated and that the incident didn’t contain every other staff.
A Starbucks spokeswoman confirmed that Trejo was fired.

Sara Autio instructed NJ: “This particular person’s conduct was reprehensible and under no circumstances a mirrored image of how our workers deal with our prospects every day.

Chief Joseph Madden mentioned Trejo’s actions have been ‘very disturbing’
Park Ridge Police Division

Park Ridge Police

The incident occurred at a Starbucks in Park Ridge[/caption]


“We would like everybody who comes into our shops to obtain a optimistic expertise and when that doesn’t happen, we transfer rapidly to deal with it and maintain ourselves accountable.”

State Policemen Benevolent Affiliation president Patrick Colligan additionally instructed the outlet in a press release: “Each time I feel we as society hit backside, there’s a new incident.

“Officers threat their lives every day, it shouldn’t be whereas getting espresso.”