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Waitress sold cocaine at popular Huntington Beach restaurant, police say

Huntington Beach police said a six-month investigation has led to the arrest of a waitress who was allegedly selling cocaine on the job at a popular downtown bar and restaurant.

Police also arrested a man who allegedly helped the waitress obtain drugs for sale, Lt. Russell Reinhart told the Huntington Beach Independent.

Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, was arrested May 13 at Killarney Pub & Grill, and the man who assisted her, Victor Mac Davis, 29, was arrested nearby. Both are Huntington Beach residents.

More cocaine was found in Davis' residence, police allege. Both are charged with three felony counts of selling and transporting a controlled substance.


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-- Mona Shadia, Times Community News

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