Baskin Robbins Employee Accused of Selling Marijuana On the Job | NBC Bay Area

Baskin Robbins Employee Accused of Selling Marijuana On the Job

A San Carlos man was arrested for selling marijuana along with ice cream.

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    Martin Abinader.

    Sugar cone, with a cannabis topping, please.

    A 20-year old Baskin Robbins employee was arrested for selling marijuana on the job as he scooped ice cream, according to Bay Area News Group.

    Martin Abinader, a Carlmont High School grad who'd worked at Baskin Robbins since he was 14, was arrested Tuesday after selling marijuana to a pair of undercover police officers, the newspaper group reported.

    Cops were investigating reports of pot available for sale at the shop using a secret password. After a "six week" investigation, police went in and made their buy. And their bust.

    "The investigators learned what they needed to say to get him to sell to them," a police captain told the newspaper group.

    Abinader has since posted bail on charges of marijuana sales, possession of cocaine, and possession of concentrated cannabis, the news group reported.

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