Former Night Manager at Knox McDonald’s Arrested for Reportedly Dealing Meth at Work

A former night manager at the McDonald’s in Knox has been arrested after police reportedly discovered that she was dealing methamphetamine while at work.

According to Knox City Police Chief Harold Smith, authorities conducted a 2-month investigation after receiving reports that night manager, 52-year-old Sandra “Sandy” Henry, was apparently selling drugs while working at the fast-food restaurant.

Chief Smith said that during the investigation, officers made two buys from Henry at McDonald’s. The offense date listed on the warrant is September 10th, 2018. Following those incidents, police sought an arrest warrant and it was subsequently granted. The warrant was signed on December 5th, 2018.

The warrant alleges that Henry is guilty of two charges of dealing in methamphetamine, with one charge listed as a level 4 felony and the other listed as a level 5 felony.

The warrant also notes that she faces two counts of possession of methamphetamine, with both counts listed as a level 6 felony.   

Henry was picked up on the warrant on Tuesday, January 1st and is currently incarcerated at the Starke County Justice Center with a $100,000 bond.

A representative of McDonald’s noted that Henry was fired from her position about a month ago and clarified that the arrest did not take place at the restaurant.