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2 plead not guilty to selling cocaine at Huntington Beach eatery

July 5, 2011 |  2:20 pm

 Two people arrested for allegedly selling cocaine at a popular Huntington Beach restaurant pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the sale and transport of a controlled substance.

Police arrested waitress Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, and Victor Mac Davis, 29, in May following a six-month investigation at Killarney Pub & Grill, where Boucher worked, the Huntington Beach Independent reported.

Boucher was accused of selling cocaine to an undercover officer three different times. Davis allegedly assisted her with access to the drugs.

Each is charged with three felony counts for allegedly selling and transporting a controlled substance.

Their pretrial hearing is scheduled for Aug. 9 at the West Justice Center in Westminster.

Both are out on bail.

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