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Police Make Drug Bust at In-N-Out Burger Parking Lot

Glendale Police allegedly found large quantities of marijuana on Sunday at a local In-N-Out Burger.

Local Sarah Sardo shared a photo with Patch, which was taken in the parking lot area of In-N-Out Burger at 310 Harvey Dr., Glendale.  

The Glendale Police Department on-duty watch commander confirmed that the station was involved in a bust involving large quantities of marijuana on Sunday, but said he could not immediately provide further details about the operation.

He noted that the bust did go down near an In-N-Out Burger but said he was not certain whether it had actually happened on the premises of the restaurant.

It's unclear how much marijuana was discovered or if any arrests happened. 

Check back with Patch for more information on the drug bust. 

Editor's Note: This story was updated with more information. 

John Wayne's Honda October 22, 2012 at 04:55 PM
Great chocolate shakes at the In and Out Burger
Dale Frey October 22, 2012 at 07:54 PM
Real smart reply....not.
Gregg October 23, 2012 at 12:56 AM
The war on drugs is a huge waste. Legalize it and move on. Put that money into kids educational system
Nicole Charky (Editor) October 23, 2012 at 01:20 AM
@Gregg - Which drugs do you think should be legalized?
PATRICK SULLIVAN October 23, 2012 at 04:00 AM
"He noted that the bust did go down near an In-N-Out Burger but said he was not certain whether it had actually happened on the premises of the restaurant." I'm confused, premises would include the parking lot .....but the headline says... "Police Make Drug Bust at In-N-Out Burger Parking Lot " I wonder if the story would have been read by anyone if the In and Out name was not part of the headline. Never let the facts get in the way of a good story! Pat S.
Damian October 23, 2012 at 04:51 AM
Only a few days after the DEA shuts down the dispensaries and we already have people dealing on the streets! YOUR PLAN SEEMS TO BE WORKING HUIZAR!
EagleRockMom October 23, 2012 at 06:17 AM
@Damian People have never stopped street dealing. They did it before the dispenseries arrived, while they were here, and now that they're gone.
Nicole Charky (Editor) October 23, 2012 at 06:28 PM
@Patrick - Here's a follow up to your questions: http://patch.com/A-yRsP
Nicole Charky (Editor) October 23, 2012 at 06:28 PM
Here's an update on what happened during the arrest: http://patch.com/A-yRsP
EagleRockMum October 23, 2012 at 09:28 PM
I see drug dealers every day down the street from the school. I cant even let my boys walk to school any more.
AFG October 24, 2012 at 01:48 AM
Why do so many think that drug dealers went away when MMDs arrived? They still have tons of school kids who are too young to get a rec to deal to, right? I wouldn't even find it surprising to learn that gang/organized crime has a hand in the medical marijuana business, too, since it is so profitable. It's not like they would wacth their profits cut back because of MMDs and do nothing. After all they are criminals.
Damian October 24, 2012 at 07:02 AM
@EagleRockMom And thousands upon thousands here will continue to purchase marijuana, legal or not. "They did it before the dispensaries, while there were dispensaries, and now that they're gone. " So EagleRockMom, tell me.. Would you rather have these thousands of people be purchasing their marijuana from the streets? From an unsafe & unregulated market? From people who sell to children? People unaffected by government taxes? Where somebody can get shot? Or would you have these thousands of people go into established buildings, in an organized, safe, and regulated market, from places where you need to be over 18, places that pay on top an additional 5% of what they make from Los Angeles's 2011 Measure M that taxes MMJ clinics $50 per $1000, in a secure and safe environment? Irregardless of whether you think marijuana should be legal or not; thousands upon thousands in our community will still continue to purchase it. The question of the matter is who do you want them purchasing it from?
EagleRockMom October 24, 2012 at 12:25 PM
@Damien I honestly would prefer neither, but I know street dealers and dispensaries are going to be around because of demand for drugs. What I do support is safe access for legit patients who require marijuana to alleviate and manage their health issues. If Eagle Rock must have a dispensary, I am fine with that. Of course, such a facility needs to be regulated and its patrons respectful of residential streets. As for street dealers, there will always be business for them. Of course it would be nice to rid of them but that wont happen.
R Terry October 25, 2012 at 06:01 AM
With all that pot, maybe someone got some serious munchies and stopped in for a Double Double and a few of those shakes...: )

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