Huntington Beach Waitress Accused of Dealing Cocaine at Work

Huntington Beach Waitress Accused of Dealing Cocaine at Work

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The L.A. times reported that a waitress at a Killarney’s Pub & Grill in Downtown Huntington Beach is accused of selling cocaine to patrons while working her normal shift. After a six month investigation, Huntington Beach Police arrested the waitress and an accomplice who, police say, helped the waitress obtain the drugs she would later sell. Both are charged with three felony counts of selling and transporting a controlled substance.

The California Health and Safety Code makes it illegal to possess a controlled substance for sale. If you have been accused of possession of a controlled substance, or possession for sale or trafficking of a controlled substance, you are facing severe penalties if you are convicted of the allegations against you. You need the assistance of a competent attorney to defend your rights immediately. You are already in a bad situation. Do not make it worse by making statements against your interest or waiting for the police to solidify their case against you. Call us today. DO NOT WAIT! Call the Houston Law of California today so we can get your case moving towards a favorable resolution now. Contact us at 714-841-3921 or email

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