FBI and police investigate possible poisoning with ‘date rape drug’ of 3 police officers

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SANFORD, FL – An investigation is in the works in Orlando regarding three police officers who may have been poisoned while having a night out for dinner and drinks on September 16th.

Reportedly two of the three officers required hospital treatment and medical professionals suspect that a common date rape drug may have been the cause.

On September 16th, three officers from the Orlando Police Department were out in Sanford visiting various bars and restaurants in the area. At some point during the evening, the three officers began to feel ill – with two of the officers suffering some severe symptoms.

One officer reportedly began vomiting so much that they required IV fluid to sustain hydration, while a second officer was said to have been placed on a ventilator.

The Sanford Police Department is investigating exactly what happened that evening, and the department reported that a doctor from the Seminole County hospital who was treating one of the officers said:

“[The officer] might be experiencing the effect of being drugged or poisoned.”

Reportedly one of the first responders who tended to the officers initially noted that one of the officers kept going in and out of consciousness, akin to someone undergoing “symptoms of someone who may be overdosing.”

Other medical staff informed Sanford Police that it’s possible that the officers “may have been drugged with a narcotic commonly known as Rohypnol”.

The aforementioned is also known as GHB, which has a history of being used as a date rape drug to incapacitate victims and distort memory.

One of the affected officers described the symptoms from that evening as coming “all at once out of nowhere,” which things like “vomiting, profuse sweating and muscle pain”.

Adam Krudo, president of the Fraternal Order of Police lodge that represents Orlando officers, stated that the officers from the OPD were not in uniform at the time of the incident and that they have since recovered.

The Sanford Police spokesperson Bianca Gillet noted that the FBI is assisting with this investigation and a toxicology report is pending to determine if the officers were poisoned or drugged.

As of now, the case is currently being treated as a drugging/poisoning with intent to kill or injure investigation until further details come forth.

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In Indianapolis, a Starbucks Barista based inside of a Target location recently lost their job after posting a video online about crafting a poisonous concoction known as the “Blue Lives Matter” drink. 

Some people are just twisted, including those who joke about or promote the idea that it is okay to put toxic substances in the drinks of police officers, Karens of the world or anyone else who they disagree with.

In a video that went viral on Tik Tok, someone who users report is a transgender boy user named Van Greyson Hart explained how to make a Blue Lives Matter drink with ingredients such as bleach and “a little blood of innocent black men.”

The caption on the video says:

“All I want for Christmas is more dead cops.”

In the background of the TikTok, a song titled “All I Want for Christmas is a Few Dead Cops” is heard. 

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'
Video of man with dots on his right hand claiming to make toxic drink for a police officer.

“Hi guys, I updated my recipe for the Blue Lives Matter drinks.”

“First we’re gonna start with bleach,” says the person, pouring well over a cup of bleach in. “All the way to the third line.”

“Then we’re gonna add ice because, you know, cops love ice,” the person continued.

At that point, there’s another concoction going in a blender.  In it is blue coloring that Starbucks uses for special drinks.

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'
Video of man with dots on his right hand claiming to make a toxic drink for “Karen.”

“We add more bleach, a little blood of innocent black men,” continues the person.  “And then we add this special blue ingredient that Starbucks has,” the person goes on. “We do have it and yes, we are holding out on you.”

A Tik Tok video posted by @7brooms shows the same person making another purportedly toxic drink for a “Karen” that contains bleach and broken glass. After the person is done making it, they say:

“And there you have it. The All Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter, White Is a Color Too Frappuccino.”

Analyzing both videos, viewers can see the person’s right hand has identical dots, which may be tattooed on.

There were several social media accounts that contained the @7brooms name. A request to view Lemon Heart’s private Instagram account was not granted.

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'

Barista at Target Starbucks fired after teaching how to make deadly 'Blue Lives Matter' drink, wants 'more dead cops'

Just a short time ago, Target responded:

“This video is appalling and unacceptable,” a spokesperson for Target said in a statement. “We don’t tolerate this behavior at Target, we want all guests to be treated with respect and are terminating the team member who is responsible.”

They said this wouldn’t be a regular happening.

“We also have rigorous food safety procedures in place, which this team member egregiously violated with this behavior. We’re deeply sorry for this disturbing video, which TikTok has removed based on the platform’s guidelines.”

Target sure has been having to cover their butts in regards to police-bashing employees.

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