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Dunkin’ Donuts ‘extra sugar’ for sex code cracked by N.J. police

donut060211_optBY PAM LOBLEY

In an operation known as “extra sugar,” police in Rockaway Township investigated and subsequently arrested a Dunkin' Donuts employee for prostitution. Melissa Redmond, 29, worked the night shift at the Double D. It was unclear if she was a single mom who had any munchkins at home.

The investigation began from an anonymous tip to police that people could go to the Dunkin' Donuts on Route 46 and arrange a liaison with Ms. Redmond. Detective Kyle Schwarzmann, stated, “She was a night time employee [working 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.], supposedly a very good one.’’

I’ll say! No wonder the line was around the block. You should see her tip jar!

Police commenced surveillance of the scene. It was a popular assignment, because it gave police a rare opportunity to eat donuts while ON duty.

They observed that Ms. Redmond would take breaks, go out to men’s cars, and spend 10-15 minutes in the vehicle. That’s a latte time.

They overheard words like “Big ‘N Toasty,” “Stuffed Breadsticks” and “Glazed Cake Stick.”

Finally, a policeman posing as a “John” approached Ms. Redmond. They discussed sugary treats, and she may have suggested the Guayaba Burst Donut. She was arrested just a short time later for soliciting sex from an undercover officer, and for failing to alert him that for just a dollar more, he could get a full dozen.

Comments (3)
3 Thursday, 03 November 2011 07:58
Paul Zand
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2 Friday, 30 September 2011 02:51
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1 Wednesday, 03 August 2011 02:09
How could she have been busted? She should know every cop on the force. I'll bet several Police Officers were getting a little more than just donuts from her - she wouldn't have propositioned the plainclothes officer otherwise. She probably figured he had just been referred to her by Officer "John".

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